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HTTP 403 Forbidden

Hello All,

I'm using VS2003.NET Framework 1.1 with Microsoft Application Center
Test. I am doing stress testing on a webservice. The method of the
webservice has the following code.
[WebMethod(MessageName="Connect", Description="Connects to the
session.")]
public Guid Connect()
{
return Guid.NewGuid();
}
The problem is that when the simutaenous browser connection is greater
than 10 I get the HTTP 403 Forbidden error.

Does anyone know why this is happening?

Nov 17 '05 #1
1 3382
mdb
"BuddyWork" <dh*****@bankofny.com> wrote in news:1115643545.647786.26300
@f14g2000cwb.googlegroups.com:
Hello All,

I'm using VS2003.NET Framework 1.1 with Microsoft Application Center
Test. I am doing stress testing on a webservice. The method of the
webservice has the following code.
[WebMethod(MessageName="Connect", Description="Connects to the
session.")]
public Guid Connect()
{
return Guid.NewGuid();
}
The problem is that when the simutaenous browser connection is greater
than 10 I get the HTTP 403 Forbidden error.

Does anyone know why this is happening?


What operating system is this running on? It sounds like you might be
hitting the Microsoft-imposed limits on their "client" operating systems
Win2k/WinXP. (I'm not sure of the exact details.) Try running your
service on Win2k Server or Win2003 Server and see if it makes any
difference.

-mdb
Nov 17 '05 #2

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