Any ideas what should I do to fix it? Do I have to give read access for the physical file to Anonymous Login?
preguntado el 03 de mayo de 12 a las 18:05
Also, what version of IIS are you using? Also if you are using the IIS mgr and you check anonymous authentication, you need to give it a valid username and password, have you done this?
A 403 can mean several things. It can mean you don't have authentication correctly configured, or it can mean that the ASP.NET worker process does not have rights to access the pages (the security is set to only allow you to access them, for instance). There are other scenarios as well, but these are the two most common.