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Old June 14th, 2004, 08:44 AM
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Hi,

I am getting this error when try to checkout my files using Visual studio 'This operation requires author permission for <webserver>:80
And It is asking for a user name and password. But it is rejecting my user Id- password saying that insufficient right or incorrect password. Infact I have administrative previlage on the webserver. My VSS is there in the webserver. And I am using websettings-front page extentions. Have anybody come across this error before ? Please help.

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I get this prompt every time I try to connect to an "Existing Project from Web". But when I put in my UN/PW for the network, it lets me in just fine. It sure would be nice to get rid of the prompt though, since every time I open my solution I have to enter my same domain username and password a dozen times to access each project... even though the projects are all on the same machine... Whats more, I have been having some major problems with doing builds, where If I do a build from my home machine, nothing happens, like they are totally ineffectual, even though I have permissions correct on the server, I have the domain set as a trusted domain, and the changes I make to files always show up on the server... with the exception of the project .dll. I am pretty annoyed by VS.NET 2003... but after years of dealing with Interdev, I am not altogether surprised by this stuff...
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One thought Gibs- you do have to enter your domain in the username field in addition to your username...

DOMAIN/USERNAME
PASSWORD

Could the solution for you be that simple?

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