From: Steve (steve.cimino_at_ticketmaster.com)
Date: 30 Jan 2004 14:33:57 -0800
Ugh... this was supposed to be attached to this thread.
Didn't know that changing the title in a reply made a new post.
So thanks Ken and Shriop.
email@example.com (Steve) wrote in message news:<firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> Out of a hunch, I just uninstalled IIS and then reinstalled it, then
> registerd the .Net libraries and voila, everything is now working.
> Dunno... maybe something got corrupted? When I installed VS.Net on
> Monday, it asked for the Windows Component CD -- even though I had the
> 1.1 libs already installed. Maybe something happened behind the
> Thanks again for your help and dedication to this... it is much
> email@example.com (Shriop) wrote in message news:<firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> > in IE, go to tools, internet options, advanced, and uncheck "show
> > friendly HTTP error messages. you might then be able to actually get
> > the 401 error message in your browser. I doubt it's something that IE
> > is actually doing wrong. it sounds more like a network problem. are
> > you sure that you're logging on to your computer as a network user,
> > like when you go to log on, it is showing your domain in the log on to
> > drop down box? can you browse to other computers on the domain? to
> > access other people's computers on the domain, you should see them
> > under "My Network Places", entire network, microsoft windows network,
> > domain name, and then the computer. Are you trying to view the web
> > page from inside Visual Studio using the debug feature or anything
> > odd, or are you just opening a browser and typing in the localhost
> > url?