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I installed virtual server on a server today.  I click on the link for the administration page and up comes a login screen.  I try to login with my domain account and it tells me i don't have rights.  Is there a default uname and password?  If not then how do i log in?  I read that i have to have local user rights but this is a domain server that has virtual server installed on it.  What step am i missing?
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Try connecting from a workstation. Also, use the fqdn name (host.mydoamin.local) and make sure *.mydomain.local is in the trusted local intranet zone in IE so that it allows windows authentication.
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Still the same problem.  I did what you said above and IE comes up with a not authorized page.
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Is windows authentication working or do you get a logon box?

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logon box.
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Make sure that you are logged on as a user with administrative permissions on the server. Also, check the authentication settings on the IIS.
I'll install VS on a clean server and see what the default settings are.

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I reinstalled and got this message after installation.  I will install the admin site on another computer since it seems that it has to be on another computer rather than the VM.  Now it says that i log in as the local admin but the server is on a domain.  does this mean that the server that is running the VM service must be on a workgroup?
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Access to the Administration Website and the Virtual Server COM interfaces is restricted to the Local Administrators group. You can change this setting from the Administration Website. To do this, click Server Properties, click Virtual Server security, and then change the permissions. For detailed instructions, see the Virtual Server documentation.
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