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IIS anonymous log on set as a domain user and configured in the web site config under IIS management, fails on a 401.1 error. Have tested the log on with different users including domain admin and local machine users still fails and returns either 401.1.0 or the longer code for incorrect user details. This is on SVR2003 as the second web server on a Cluster, the first web server works perfectly, any help very gratefully received.
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so you reckon that the primary web server in the cluster is ok, but the second one )only) fails with 401.1?

Make sure that the ntfs permissions on the content directories permit that user read/execute access.

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