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  1. #1
    Yuriy Galanter Guest

    Secure ASP.NET application

    I am trying to create a secure ASP.NET application using Windows
    security, so I am doing the usual stuff - disabling Anonymous access to that
    folder in IIS, and then in Windows Explorer adding only those groups to ACL
    that are supposed to have access to it. But when I look at that app in the
    browser, after logging in, I am getting error message "..../bin - Access
    denied. Unable to start directory monitoring service". Why is it, and how
    can I fix it.

    Thanks,

    Yuriy



  2. #2
    Joshua Frederick Guest

    Re: Secure ASP.NET application


    Yuriy,

    What version of .NET are you running? If you are running Beta 2 you need
    to ensure that the SYSTEM account has access to read the files in your application
    directory. If you are using the release version of .NET they have changed
    this and you need to ensure that the ASPNET account has access to the directory.
    That should fix your problem.

    Josh F.

    "Yuriy Galanter" <yuri@galanter.net> wrote:
    > I am trying to create a secure ASP.NET application using Windows
    >security, so I am doing the usual stuff - disabling Anonymous access to

    that
    >folder in IIS, and then in Windows Explorer adding only those groups to

    ACL
    >that are supposed to have access to it. But when I look at that app in the
    >browser, after logging in, I am getting error message "..../bin - Access
    >denied. Unable to start directory monitoring service". Why is it, and how
    >can I fix it.
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Yuriy
    >
    >



  3. #3
    Yuriy Galanter Guest

    Re: Secure ASP.NET application

    Joshua,

    Thanks! I use the release version and when I gave ASPNET account has
    access to that directory it worked!

    Thanks again,

    Yuriy Galanter


    "Joshua Frederick" <joshuaf@andrew.cmu.edu> wrote in message
    news:3c4fff19$1@10.1.10.29...
    >
    > Yuriy,
    >
    > What version of .NET are you running? If you are running Beta 2 you need
    > to ensure that the SYSTEM account has access to read the files in your

    application
    > directory. If you are using the release version of .NET they have changed
    > this and you need to ensure that the ASPNET account has access to the

    directory.
    > That should fix your problem.
    >
    > Josh F.




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