I am working on a 2003 SP 2 server and checking user rights assignments. IIS 6.0 is running on the server. Does IIS added accounts such as the IUSR_Machine user to certain user rights in local security policy? It seems that if I remove one, they re-appear. Or perhaps I am doing something wrong with secpol.msc. The machine is not on a domain.
Yes, IIS will add accounts to local security policies in order to function properly.
Please see the Microsoft KB article on Default permissions and user rights for IIS 6.0 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/812614)
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