Your site is not setup to allow anonymous access. If you're not sure
exactly what this means, post over to .inetserver.iis and ask "How do I
enable anonymous access for my site?" or something along those lines.
Ray at work
"Chris Dunaway" <dunawayc_lunchmeat_sbcglobal.net> wrote in message
news:1loqrlg4mjk07$.po0k1jve18to.dlg40tude.net...site,> I'm not an asp expert. I'm having a little difficulty accessing a site
> (over the LAN). When I enter the default page into the web browser's
> address bar, it pops up a domain login screen, rather than the default
> page. Now, if there is a local user account on the web server with the
> same name and password as the person trying to hit the machine, then the
> domain login box does not appear and the default page is displayed. Since
> I don't know all the passwords of the users that will be hitting this> I cannot add them as local users.
> I have checked all the sharing/security/etc. options that I can think of,
> but because I'm relatively new to asp, there must be something simple that
> I'm missing.
> Any assistance is appreciated.
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