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Does demonting a Windows 2003 DC can change IIS security?

Posted on 2010-09-16
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Hi,

Just demote DC role from a Windows 2003 server and after reboot I realize the application in Default Web Site on IIS doesn't work anymore. In even viewer I got ASP.Net err saying something like:NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE) does not have write access...

Is it possible that this security prob appears beacuse we  have demoted DC role from Windows 2003?
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is it still a member server? if not then that will cause your issue
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by:SAM2009
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Yes it is.
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We the case that I had... yes demoting a DC modifies the security in file and it's not recommended at all to install IIS application on DC.
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