Do you have any knowledge of frontpage forms/components?
The staff member that manages and creates our intranet sites will only use frontpage to make them and using the built in forms within.
since changing the authentication they no longer work, when you submit a form it wants to login again.
Have I missed something in the gpo?
IIS does not authenticate against AD directly.
In IIS if you goto the properties tab for the website in question and then select the security tab you will then need to edit the security details.
If you remove the anonymous access tick and place a tick in the intergrated windows authentication this will then grab the security tokens of the logged in user and that they are an authenticated user.
That is the extent of what this does, if you want to go further you can either use NTFS permissions to restrict access to the site or pages or you can do it at the code (ASP/PHP/ASP.NET) level.
What are you expecting to happen when this form is submitted?
What info are you expecting to gather about the user?
What authentication methods are you using? (forms to login, single sign on)
they are just basic email forms, like feedback forms, we have one for our premises and one for submitting grades. the forms just email an addresses.
Sorted it. Just for reference, the permissions within the frontpage extensions must be changed as well. In frontpage server administration add the user group from ad to the browser group.
Hi mate ... think link is dead or web server is down.
Originally Posted by powdarrmonkey
thanks though for trying to add info here to help others troubleshoot probs.