Re: IIS 6 - UNC - 401.1 - Access is denied due to invalid credentials
From: augustus (anonymous_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: Sun, 23 Nov 2003 05:37:28 -0800
It seems to work disabling "Integrated Windows
authentication" and enabeling "Basic authentication" on
the protected sub-directory, but I don't like the fact
that this sends the password in clear text...
>What authentication type did you enable on the UNC vdir?
>401.1 implies that IIS failed to obtain the user token
via LogonUser --
>usually due to incorrect username/password. If it's
anonymous -- check that
>the anonymous account is synchronized between the
metabase and SAM/AD.
>Have you looked at:
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><email@example.com> wrote in message
>Forgot to tell, UNC mapping is used to access the share:
>\\nas01\share\web\root\clientname\html indicating no
>username nor password, leaving "Always use the
>authenticated user's credentials when validating access to
>the network directory." checked.
>The not password protected area is working well, just the
>password protected directory is not working
>(file permissions are the same as the local website)
>thanks in advance,
>>I've setup a Windows 2003 Standard Server as PDC with IIS
>>and a NAS (Dell PV 725) with Windows Powered 2000 Server.
>>A simple website (IUSR read-only, client R/W) with a
>>password protected directory for the website statistics
>>(no IUSR, client read-only).
>>This situation hosted locally on the W2K3 IIS Server
>>fine, but results in a problem when is situated on the
>>NAS; the client cannot view the protected directory
>>through http, username & password are not accepted
>>resulting in a "HTTP Error 401.1 - Unauthorized: Access
>>denied due to invalid credentials. Internet Information
>>Services (IIS)" error.
>>FTP access for this user is working fine (R/W to his
>>website, read-only for the password protected directory).
>>What can be wrong here?