Re: Website logon window
From: Kristofer Gafvert (kgafvert_at_NEWSilopia.com)
Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2005 12:07:29 -0800
Make sure that you have enabled Anonymous Access, and that the account
used for anonymous access (usually IUSR_MachineName) has NTFS permissions
to access the web contents. If this is true, it should work as i think you
want it to work.
-- Regards, Kristofer Gafvert www.gafvert.info - My Articles and help www.ilopia.com Annonymous wrote: > Server 2003, standard. > > I have installed the internet information service component that allows a > website to be created and placed into the wwwroot file. My only problem is > that all user's internal, external or logged onto the domain need to enter a > username and password. The site is only available using the IP address and i > don't mind occasional browsers. Is there a way to have it as an open site so > anyone who enters the Ip address can see the homepage. > > Then from here i plan to use the NTFS security settings to allow access to > differnet pages, with some pages open. > > I have managed to use this to disallow access to some users who have been > dissallowed viewing of a page - they are presented with a login window and > prompted for alternative credentials. > > to summarise, is there a way to configure my site so anyone can access the > homepage without been required to logon. the place the site will be used most > some how have blocked the login window from popping up giving me the > unauthorised page straight away with no way to logon. > > all suggestions are welcome. Thank you