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How to add windows IIS user to my folder's security setting?

Posted on 2006-04-07
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Hi,

Anybody can tell me how to add an IIS user (IUSER_MYPC) to the security setting of my local folders? I need to have this account has the ability to read the entire folder and write on some of them.

I tried in IIS but did not work: I always got error that unable to write on.

Thanks
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Right-click the folders in Windows Explorer and hit properties. Go to the Security tab and Add the user there and select which permissions you want.
If you don't see a Security tab, first go to Tools|Folder Options, then remove the check at the bottom of the View tab called "Use simple file sharing"
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