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Certificate Services on a DC -- Windows Server 2003

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We are trying to install and configure Certificate Services on one of our W2k3 servers, which also happens to be a DC of ours.  We didn't encounter any errors durring install process of Certificate Services and IIS, but we get HTTP Error 401.1 - Unauthorized: Access is denied due to invalid credentials.
Internet Information Services (IIS) while trying to access http://localhost/certsrv.  Any ideas?
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by:nobspangle
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Make sure you are logged on to the domain and try accessing the server using it's machine name

http://servername/certsrv

It could be an issue with intergrated authentication.
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Issue ended up being some IIS files from 2003 without SP1 when they should have been SP1 versions of the files.  Uninstalled IIS and reinstalled with SP1 streamlined 2003 disk.
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