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    IIS 7 Password Issues


    Have a sharepoint site running and a CRM site running
    but I have a few issues with authentication when using differnt URL's

    This works no login needed
    http://Sharepoint

    This dose not work and keeps asking for a password
    http://Sharepoint.domain.local

    I cant work out why when on IIS 7 I have windows Authentication turned on.


    I would like to be able to go to both these and not be asked for a password, and use the currently loged in user?
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    You're probably ending up at two different webs. Do both names resolve to the same IP?
    Do you use host headers in IIS?
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    The both poing to the same IP Address
    and if I do a Tracert on Sharepoint it comes up with Sharepoint.domain.local and its IP address...

    and I have tried Host headers in IIS having the two
    Code:
    Type	Host Name		Port	IP Address
    http				80
    http	sharepoint		80	00.00.00.00
    http	sharepoint.domain.local	80	00.00.00.00
    Last edited by o0MattE0o; February 1st, 2010 at 05:34 AM.
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    I don't know anything about sharepoint, the best I can suggest is to review your IIS authentication settings for each website. Also check that you've granted proper file permissions to files in the webs. If the user account being used by IIS doesn't have permissions to one or more files or folders in a web page you'll get prompted for authentication if IIS allows anonymous users.

    Review the IIS online help section on authentication and security.
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