Re: Virtual Directory security issues.
From: Bernard (qbernard_at_hotmail.com)
Date: Tue, 7 Oct 2003 12:00:12 +0800
Mm... so now is webdav and not ftp.
base on the error msgs, it's related to permission settings.
now - you can try filemon (sysinternals.com) to help you
track down related access issue.
similar concept -
HOWTO: Track "Permission Denied" Errors on DLL Files
-- Regards, Bernard Cheah http://support.microsoft.com/ Please respond to newsgroups only ... "James Mckillop" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:Yxqgb.510012$Oz4.366222@rwcrnsc54... > I am running windows 2K advanced server. > I can only login users that are members of the domain admin group. > The error in IE6 is "You are not authorized to view this page > You do not have permission to view this directory or page using the > credentials you supplied." > > The FTP group has full control with write and read options as well as browse > and full control. There are no groups that are using the denied permissions > for anything. > > I am not using FTP. I am using WebDav(virtual directories) > > > "Bernard" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message > news:u3tHks9iDHA.2328@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl... > > Wow.. you bump into more problems. > > what do you mean by 'external users' in the ftp group ? > > > > next, please answer previous questions so that we can help you better.. > > a) what OS you running ? > > b) can you login as normal users ? > > if not what's the error 530 or 550 ? > > c) check the physical NTFS permission ? > > not 'web sharing' tab but the 'security' tab. > > d)post few line of your ftp log here. > > > > > > -- > > Regards, > > Bernard Cheah > > http://support.microsoft.com/ > > Please respond to newsgroups only ... > > > > > > > > "James Mckillop" <email@example.com> wrote in message > > news:firstname.lastname@example.org... > > > If you right click on the folder and go to properties. > > > there is a tab called web sharing. On it it gives you > > > the IIS security options. The next tab is the security > > > tab which gives you the folder security options. In this > > > one I have two groups. One being Domain admin and the > > > other being FTP. I have a group called FTP that I put > > > all of my external users in. The group FTP has all > > > permissions except full control. Read, write, browse and > > > modify. BTW, I nuked my IIS last night and reinstalled > > > it. Now my exchange server will not load. Also I wish > > > to re patch it through windows update but it sees it as > > > allready patched. any sugestions? I started the > > > exchange service pack 1 before I went to work and will > > > check it when I get home. > > > > > > James > > > > > > > > >