One of the tabs should say File Security. On that tab there should be a section on Anonymous access and Authentication Control with an Edit button. Click on the Edit but and uncheck Anonymous Access. Then click Apply etc. until you're out of IIS manager. That's how it's done in IIS 6.0 and I can't guarantee it's the same in IIS 7.0.
Aug 07, 2014 · In IIS, select the website you're having the issue with. In the IIS section, select 'Authentication'. Right click on Anonymous Authentication and select 'Edit'. Check the 'Specified User' radio button and click on 'Set'. I entered my username, password and password confirmation and click ok.
Sep 14, 2011 · some like above code will not work for 401 custom error page if you are using windows authentication. the windows authentication is handled by IIS directly, so if you ...
Jul 22, 2008 · If two are selected, no matter which two it will throw and exception - not sure why you are getting a 401. When I turn on more than one auth option I get: IIS specified authentication schemes 'Basic, Anonymous', but the binding only supports specification of exactly one authentication scheme.
Mar 20, 2013 · I've developed a web application in VB.NET using Windows Authentication, and authorisation is achieved through the role manager using Windows domain groups. Therefore, as long as you are a valid user you can navigate through the app to your heart's content.
I'm seeing a lot of 401s in the IIS status logs. I know this is normal for windows authentication, but it seems like the authentication should be cached. For example, a user will get a 401 when accessing a the home page default.aspx file for a site. They will authenticate and get a 200.
Mar 03, 2014 · When using Windows authentication, the application pool identity (e.g. IIS Apppool\Site001) is used for some access but the Windows account (e.g. User1) is used for other access. It depends on the impersonation settings of your application or framework that you’re using.
Home IIS.NET Forums IIS 7 and Above Troubleshooting What cause IIS error 401.2.5 ? With Windows Authentication, 401 2 5 is normal. The vast majority of clients do not send credentials on their first request, in other words, they send anonymous requests initially.
Oct 03, 2013 · 401 – Unauthorized: Access is denied due to invalid credentials. You do not have permision to view this directory or page using the credentials that you supplied. This happened despite the fact the user is already authenticated via Active Directory.