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Restore IUSR

Posted on 2007-12-05
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I am running a SQL and CRM Server on a Windows 2003 R2 Server.

I "accidentially" changed the PWD of my IUSR Account which resulted in massiv authentication problems with CRM / IIS.

Does anybody know how to restore the IUSR and if it is possible without reinstlaling IIS?

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by:livingtech
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I just found out how to do it.

1) rename IUSR Account in AD
2) restarted IIS by typing iisreset /noforce in CMD

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