Date: Tue, 21 Oct 2003 03:11:05 -0700
Am getting the 401.2 Error "Unauthorized: Logon failed due to server configuration" whenever i try to connect to a webserver using http://Ipaddress.
But the same works fine when i give http://machinename
Am not sure what exactly the problem is.
BTW, i have "Integrated Windows authentication" enabled and i dont have any proxy/firewall.
I checked the permissions for the root virtual folder and it has full control for everyone.
Any Ideas ???
Am getting the following also as part of the error message.
"This is usually caused by a server-side script not sending the proper WWW-Authenticate header field. Using Active Server Pages scripting this is done by using the AddHeader method of the Response object to request that the client use a certain authentication method to access the resource. "
Any help is much appreciated.
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