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I am running a Windows 2000 Server. I want to create a customer error for the http error 401.3 using an ASP page. However, when i go to edit it, I only recieve the Default anf File option. I am missing the URL option.

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As I mentioned in my question, the option for choosing a URL is missing. I need that option in order to select an asp.
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Might be an adminpak issue?!
I havent experienced this, but i`ve heard that if adminpak is not installed correctly or fully before SP1 upgrade it may cause errors later...
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it works for all other Http Errors, just not for any of the 401.*
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Youre right.. Just checked one of my servers...
Since this is on the 401.X error pages witch is security warnings i guess that the server wont allow .asp code to be run.. Just another by-design-security piece in W2K.
How about trying a header redirect to another location instead?
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I guess there is no solutiomn for this issue. I'll close this case.
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Yup, the solution is that there is no solution... :-(
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