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401 Access Denied Error


I have a site that works perfectly on my local machine and on a number of
other servers, that uses forms authentication for the admin area. On a new
server that I'm setting it up on, I get a 401 Access Denied .Net error when
I try to access the protected folder. The rest of the .Net pages work fine
and show up, it's just the forms authentication protected area. Does anyone
have any odeas what could be causing this?


Apr 3 '06 #1
2 1061
Ignore me, I'm being spectacularly speshul. There was an incorrect version
of the main web.config file that was uploaded to the server. D'oh.

Apr 3 '06 #2
Tim Payne wrote:
Ignore me, I'm being spectacularly speshul. There was an incorrect version
of the main web.config file that was uploaded to the server. D'oh.


glad we could help ;)

Microsoft MVP - ASP/ASP.NET
Apr 3 '06 #3

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