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cache authentication AD 2003.

Posted on 2011-09-26
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Good afternoon staff,
My IIS 7, and uses a valid User anonymous User's domain.

is there any place where I set up a time authentication cache? I'm wondering why I need it restart my Domain Controller, the more I would like my site to continue working.
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Can you explain in a little more detail what you are looking for?
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My webserver runs on a User called iusr_iis\ domain, I need to restart my Domain Controller, and I wonder if there is any way to keep authentication as this To restart the server. So I asked about setting the authentication cache.
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No the authentication can not be cached.
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