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By lheisey ·
I host my own website on a W2K server. That server sits behind an ISA firewall on a W2K server. I created a new ftp site for my company. Now anytime someone tries to get on our website www.microplasticsinc.com they are prompted to authenticate to my network via name, password and domain. the same applies to Tsweb and owa. I can't see what I changed that is causing this issue. Any help would be great!!!!

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by CG IT In reply to Network authentication re ...

Take a look at article 313072 , Publish Web site behind ISA server and 290113 Publish OWA behind ISA server on Microsoft's Help and Support

http://support.microsoft.com

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by lheisey In reply to

all of these servers were up and running and accessible before I added the FTP site. Then once I had added the site everything was working fine still. As of Saturday am, this problem occurred but nothing had been changed between Friday and Saturday. All servers are accessible as long as I go through the login process. It appears somewhere I had inadvertantly checked a box that requires authentication.

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by CG IT In reply to Network authentication re ...

humm I don't have a problem pulling up your web site. comes right up. Every link I clicked on works [did a fast and dirty clicking]. Nice looking site btw.

So, is it LAN users that are having the problem????

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by lheisey In reply to

I found that anonymous login was turned off which of course would prompt the login. That was my issue. Thanks.

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by CG IT In reply to

If it's LAN users that are having the problem then the problem would be under site and content rules, "applies to" where it applies to a specific group or an ISA packet filter for FTP configured wrong for LAN users. Also check IIS FTP site security properties and see if allow annonymous access is allowed. If not that would cause the required credentials. Further make sure you have ALL the ISA server service packs and hotfixes installed. Visit the ISA server web site. Some known issues with ISA server first found and subsequently fixed by service packs and hotfixes [ISA Server SP2 is out] have to do with some of the problems you may be experiencing.

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