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Directory Listing Denied on Exchange Server 5.5 and NT 4 OP 4

Posted on 2003-12-01
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IIS server was messed up, it used to work, but it started screwing up alot, plus I wanted to make it a BDC so I built a new one with a different name. I thought I got all the permissions right but I obviously missed something. Now I get;
Directory Listing Denied
This Virtual Directory does not allow contents to be listed.

What now?
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Question by:Bob Stone
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thunderchicken earned 500 total points
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Have you gone into IIS, right clicked on the Virtual Directory and then checked "Allow Directory Browsing" ?
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Right Click, Properties, Virtual Directory, then check "Directory Browsing"
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by:Bob Stone
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Thank LoudPoultry, you get 500 pts and an A for one little stupid oversight.

But it was driving me nuts cause I didn't think to look there. So thanks =o)
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