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An invalid value for UNCUserName or UNCPassword is causing login to fail.

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Hello All -

THis is my problem: An invalid value for UNCUserName or UNCPassword is causing login to fail. when trying to access IIS 6.0 websites. No site works
in IIS.

I have tried resetting defualt directories for Exchange - (becuase we originally noticed that Outlook Web Access wasnt working). I checked all the ports
IIS is using port 80 i just restored IIS config from an autopmatic backup this morning. (before i made any changes). Still same issue.

SBS2003, Latest Service Pack.

Please Advise...


Robert
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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Did you run the Configure Email and Internet Connection Wizard (CEICW -- which is linked as Connect to the Internet in the Server Management Console > Internet and Email) after restoring your IIS config this morning?

A visual how-to is here:  http://sbsurl.com/ceicw and a full networking overview for SBS is at http://sbsurl.com/msicw

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No, becuase exchange is working fine for all other features of exchange. mail comes mail goes. this is strictly an IIS issue. becuase i can access the files in wwwroot (such as default.htm etc) from windows explorer.




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Please DO run the CEICW, as this is the way to generally fix problems like this.  The CEICW has four components and you can skip any one of them by selecting "do not configure".

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Which of the four sections of CEICW would you run to fix this issue?
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My comment above was referring to skipping the Email component of the CEICW.  Run the rest.

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