Re: Configuring Windows-based Authentication and UrlAuthorization
- From: MCM <MCM@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 31 Aug 2009 16:03:01 -0700
I have tried that as well.
"Alexey Smirnov" wrote:
On Aug 31, 11:29 pm, MCM <M...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:.
I tried disabling Anonymous access, but there was no change.
"Thomas Sun [MSFT]" wrote:
Thanks for your response.
Please make sure we only enable Integrated Windows Authentication and
disable Anonymous access option on IIS. When anonymous access is enabled,
no authenticated user credentials are required to access the site. For more
I look forward to receiving your test results.
Microsoft Online Partner Support
inFirstly, we need to make sure the identity that requests your website is
<location>the Administrators role that you specify in <allow> section of
followingsettings. For test, we can present the identity name in page by
No name is displaying at all. This value is blank. Could this be a browser
thenBesides, we also can specify a domain user in <location> settings and
request your website with that identity to see whether it works. For
This also does not let me have access. But I presume that until we fix the
blank username problem, we won't get anywhere.
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Well, I would try to setup clean web.config, get rid of
<remove name="FormsAuthentication" />
<remove name="PassportAuthentication" />
<remove name="AnonymousIdentification" />
<remove name="FileAuthorization" />
<remove name="OutputCache" />
<remove name="RoleManager" />
<remove name="Profile" />
<remove name="ServiceModel" />
<remove name="ErrorHandlerModule" />
(let's load all by default)
and put just
and see what happens
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