I have a win2003 web server WEBSERVER and a windows 2000 file server FILESERVER, i created a test folder on the file server and Everyone has access to it, it can be accessed by the path \\fileserver\e\test. All users can access this folder ok.
On the webserver I created a virtual directory that points to that share. IF I check Enable Anonymous Access under directory securty, anyone can go to http://webserver/test
and access the folder ok. But... if I uncheck that and have only Windows Integrated Authentication checked then no one can access that folder on the website. They get the 403.1 "Access is denied due to an ACL set on the requested resource" message.
with windows authentication turned on.. I ran filemon on the webserver and it shows the user attempting to access the file and getting 'Access Denied'
i ran filemon on the fileserver and it never shows the user trying to open the file.
Is there a setting I missed? Seems like it should be a fairly easy setup, I want users to authenticate to the shares so i can limit some users from accessing the files.