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RedStain
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      07-05-2006
CONTENTS
summary
setup
error messages
compensation attempts
comment

SUMMARY
I have an IIS6.0 server which has recently been upgraded to ASP 2.0 as a
result of some of the patch requirements of some products I have installed
on my server.
These patches have installed a SQLEXPRESS upon which ASP 2.0 seems to have
some connection to. ASP pages have now failed when the web site was switched
from ASP 1.1 because it is constantly asking for 'authentication' on the IIS
page and no credentials. I need two things:
1) stop it from rejecting the authentication and get ASP to work.
2) SQLEXPRESS database to migrate to SQL2005 server which is working in
the same server.

SETUP
Win2003 Std R2
Office 2003
SQL 2005 std (db, client and books only)
Sharepoint 2003 + ('STS SP2' patch, then 'Portal SP2' patch')
Biztalk 2006 eval.
Portal Website is created. Website is then switched to ASP 2.0. STSADM
was run.

ERROR MESSAGES
When sharepoint website was running on ASP 1.1, everthing was ok. When
ASP2.0 was added, The web site would request for authentication as it
normally does and if you authenticated as administrator it should normall
let you in. This time no credentials would work (administrators, service
accounts) and it would continually request for authentication - failure with
403 after third password failure.
On checking the IIS 6.0 (properties of website), go to ASP tab, you will
see the ASP version is 2.0 (when we changed it earlier). On checking the
config (GLOBAL and other one). The connection string show something like
this (I am recalling as I am rebuilding the box at the moment).
LocalServer "data source=.\SQLEXPRESS; Security=SSPI;Files=|\Data
Files\datafile.mdf;Option=ua"
The line is not wrong - I just can't remember it properly, the pertinent
point it that it wasn't altered.

COMPENSATION ATTEMPTS
After checking google, I am on unfamiliar ground but I have attempted
two things:

Attempt 1
run aspnet_iisreg to create new asp database in MSSQLSERVER (the local
install on SQL2005) called ASPNET
LocalServer "data source=.\MSSQLSERVER; Security=SSPI;Initial
Catalog=ASPNET;Option=ua"
LocalServer "data source=.\MSSQLSERVER;
Security=SSPI;database=ASPNET;Option=ua"
(note MSSQLSERVER is the virtual server and ASPNET is the database I
created via aspnet_iisreg)

Attempt 2
returned connection strings of BOTH ask configs back to normal.
granted service accounts full access to SQLEXPRESS instance

COMMENT
Any pointers to documentation will be welcome. I am in process of
rebuilding workstation again, so additional requests for more info might be
sparse as I have blown the box away. I dare say I will get the problem
again. I am going to try to install the machine and see whether the pre
requesites can be configured not use an EXPRESS/MSDE instance - though I
doubt it.



 
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Egbert Nierop \(MVP for IIS\)
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      07-07-2006

"RedStain" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> CONTENTS
> summary
> setup
> error messages
> compensation attempts
> comment
>
> SUMMARY
> I have an IIS6.0 server which has recently been upgraded to ASP 2.0 as a
> result of some of the patch requirements of some products I have installed
> on my server.
> These patches have installed a SQLEXPRESS upon which ASP 2.0 seems to have
> some connection to. ASP pages have now failed when the web site was
> switched
> from ASP 1.1 because it is constantly asking for 'authentication' on the
> IIS
> page and no credentials. I need two things:
> 1) stop it from rejecting the authentication and get ASP to work.
> 2) SQLEXPRESS database to migrate to SQL2005 server which is working in
> the same server.
>
> SETUP
> Win2003 Std R2
> Office 2003
> SQL 2005 std (db, client and books only)
> Sharepoint 2003 + ('STS SP2' patch, then 'Portal SP2' patch')
> Biztalk 2006 eval.
> Portal Website is created. Website is then switched to ASP 2.0. STSADM
> was run.
>
> ERROR MESSAGES
> When sharepoint website was running on ASP 1.1, everthing was ok. When
> ASP2.0 was added, The web site would request for authentication as it
> normally does and if you authenticated as administrator it should normall
> let you in. This time no credentials would work (administrators, service
> accounts) and it would continually request for authentication - failure
> with
> 403 after third password failure.
> On checking the IIS 6.0 (properties of website), go to ASP tab, you
> will
> see the ASP version is 2.0 (when we changed it earlier). On checking the
> config (GLOBAL and other one). The connection string show something like
> this (I am recalling as I am rebuilding the box at the moment).
> LocalServer "data source=.\SQLEXPRESS; Security=SSPI;Files=|\Data
> Files\datafile.mdf;Option=ua"
> The line is not wrong - I just can't remember it properly, the pertinent
> point it that it wasn't altered.
>
> COMPENSATION ATTEMPTS
> After checking google, I am on unfamiliar ground but I have attempted
> two things:
>
> Attempt 1
> run aspnet_iisreg to create new asp database in MSSQLSERVER (the local
> install on SQL2005) called ASPNET
> LocalServer "data source=.\MSSQLSERVER; Security=SSPI;Initial
> Catalog=ASPNET;Option=ua"
> LocalServer "data source=.\MSSQLSERVER;
> Security=SSPI;database=ASPNET;Option=ua"
> (note MSSQLSERVER is the virtual server and ASPNET is the database I
> created via aspnet_iisreg)
>
> Attempt 2
> returned connection strings of BOTH ask configs back to normal.
> granted service accounts full access to SQLEXPRESS instance
>
> COMMENT
> Any pointers to documentation will be welcome. I am in process of
> rebuilding workstation again, so additional requests for more info might
> be
> sparse as I have blown the box away. I dare say I will get the problem
> again. I am going to try to install the machine and see whether the pre
> requesites can be configured not use an EXPRESS/MSDE instance - though I
> doubt it.


How did you set authorization in the ASP.NET website (security tab on IIS)?
What are the ACLs on NTFS, the directory where your ASPx pages are?
What access rights are set on
c:\windows\temp
C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temp orary ASP.NET Files for
the 'network service' accouint?

What does web.Config show in the <autorization> tags?

Is this included?
<authentication mode="Windows"/>
<identity impersonate="true" />

How did you configure SQLEXPRESS authentication? Did you allow specific
groups/users to access it?

Also check this
PRB: "Access Denied" Error Message When Using ServerXMLHTTP to Access an
Authenticated Site
ms-help://MS.MSDNQTR.v80.en/MS.MSDN.v80/MS.KB.v10.en/enu_kbmsxmlkb/msxmlkb/291008.htm


Enable negotiate on IE6
ms-help://MS.MSDNQTR.v80.en/MS.MSDN.v80/MS.KB.v10.en/enu_kbie/ie/299838.htm

Troubleshoot IIS negiotiate 326985


http://www.microsoft.com/technet/pro.../tkerbdel.mspx


Enable negotiate on IIS
ms-help://MS.MSDNQTR.v80.en/MS.MSDN.v80/MS.KB.v10.en/enu_kbiis/iis/215383.htm

Enable negotiate using XMLHttp
ms-help://MS.MSDNQTR.v80.en/MS.MSDN.v80/MS.KB.v10.en/enu_kbmsxmlkb/msxmlkb/314404.htm

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/326985/

 
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