uddi HTTP 403 Forbidden


I created a service (web services) using uddi services from Windows Server 2003.
The only way to access uddi services is using "https" and not "http" on the local machine, this is, using "https://computername/uddi/". However, when using code in Infopath 2007 and I use the option to "Add Web Reference" to the project, when I try to search for the web services and I write the address "https://computername/uddi/addwebreference", it gives me the following errors:

- "This website requires you to log in."
- "This error (HTTP 403 Forbidden) means that this program was able to connect to the website, but it does not have permission to view the webpage."

- "There was an error downloading 'https://stserver/uddi/addwebreference'.

The request failed with the error message:
<head><title>Document Moved</title></head>
<body><h1>Object Moved</h1>This document may be found <a HREF="https://stserver/uddi/addwebreference/">here</a></body>

If I try to use only "http" it gives me an http 404 error, even when I try to browse.
I have tried to allow anonymous access in IIS for the uddi web site, but still does not work.
When I try to create a certificate in IIS for the uddi web site, the "Server Certificate" button is disabled.

Please can someone give me some advice on this.

Thank you.
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Create a test jsp file under the application and try hitting the file using the same url.


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