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Hello all,

I have a application deployed on my machine. Suppose the url is
http://187.125.1.96/cs/Default.aspx. I want another machine in the LAN
network to access my application.
As of now it is giving page cannot be displayed even with port
http://192.168.1.69:80/cs/Default.aspx.
I have giving the sql connection string as
connectionStrin g="Data Source=myserver ;Initial
Catalog=Dummy;T rusted_Connecti on=yes;"
and also set Security-Logins-NT AUTHORITY\SYSTE M-user mapping and
checked the checkboxes. Still the other machines are not able to
access my application.

Please do help me.

Thanks a lot in advance.
Jun 27 '08 #1
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are you using IIS on vista or xp ?
is port 80 open on your machine ?

I dont see what you sql connection has to do with it.. doesnt matter here..
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"Bhagya" wrote:
Hello all,

I have a application deployed on my machine. Suppose the url is
http://187.125.1.96/cs/Default.aspx. I want another machine in the LAN
network to access my application.
As of now it is giving page cannot be displayed even with port
http://192.168.1.69:80/cs/Default.aspx.
I have giving the sql connection string as
connectionStrin g="Data Source=myserver ;Initial
Catalog=Dummy;T rusted_Connecti on=yes;"
and also set Security-Logins-NT AUTHORITY\SYSTE M-user mapping and
checked the checkboxes. Still the other machines are not able to
access my application.

Please do help me.

Thanks a lot in advance.
Jun 27 '08 #2

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