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IIS 7 Windows Permission Issue ???

Posted on 2011-03-14
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Hi Experts,

I have an application running on Windows 2008 Server. It's authenticating based on Active Directory. How ever I have added below users in to the site security in IIS, for troubleshoot some other issue. And I have removed all the objects I added.

NETWORK
NETWORK SERVICE
IIS_WPG
INTERACTIVE

Now the application is asking credentials when I brows the application. Once I issued credentials manually, It's logged me in but again credentials are prompting.
 
I reset IIS and restarted the server too but why this is happening ??? Please help !
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tnx !
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