IIS and Netscape (sorry about the crosspost)

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    Default IIS and Netscape (sorry about the crosspost)

    ** SORRY IF THIS IS CROSSPOST, BUT I NEED HELP PLEASE! **<BR><BR>Howdy, <BR><BR>I am trying to troubleshoot Netscape issues, and for the life of me, I cannot figure out why Netscape prompts me for my user and pass. <BR><BR>I am working on a Win2K box, and I have allowed anonymous access on my default web (the one I&#039;m trying to view in netscape). But I have changed the anonymous user account to my domain login and password, which seems to work out just great on IE, but not on NN. <BR><BR>I know only enough to be dangerous as far as using the ISM. can anyone else offer any help or insight? <BR><BR>Thanks!

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    Default RE: IIS and Netscape (sorry about the crosspost)

    you&#039;ll probably find that ie is authenticating you in the background (bless it)<BR><BR>in the directory security tab makes sure that windows authentication is off, or in other words, just the first two options (allow anonymous and basic authentication) are set.#<BR><BR>Restart ie and you&#039;ll probably find that you now get prompted

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