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SBS 2003 companyweb access denied - NEED HELP- 500 POINTS

NEED SOME HELP HERE! - 500 POINTS

I have been fighting a strange problem for two days.  We are running a SBS 2003 server and hosting our own website.  Everything worked great until Monday morning.  Our customer's started calling and saying that our Zapatec javascript calendar was not working on one of our pages.  I checked the page and sure enough their was an error on the page.  It was an "Access Denied Error".  See below

So I started diggin around our server and found that when we tried to access the companyweb it is now asking us for a username and password.  It has never doen this before.  I tried out Admin username name and password, but it just times out after three tries.  Next I went into the IIS manager and tried to browse our webpage.  I am able to browse the page and but not the comapnyweb.

It seems liek to me that some permissions got changed some how.  I am not sure where or what to do, but I have got to get this page of our website working again.

500 points...I need a quick fix here.

Thanks,

Shawn


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madukoCommented:
It might be a simple ASP error.

Try loading the page with Firefox or turn off "show friendly HTTP errors" in Exploder and see what the rror displays.
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sc_pantherfanAuthor Commented:
Turned off friendly http in IE 7.  Stiil get the same error message.  "Access is denied"
 
The javascript calendars are where my problem is.  The buttons for the calendars do not work anymore, since the page started erroring out.
 
Any other thoughts?
 

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sc_pantherfanAuthor Commented:
HELP!!! ANYONE OUT THERE!
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madukoCommented:
When I try to access the URL shown in your error box I get this...

Object Moved
This object may be found here.

It looks like it might be a permission issue?
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