Aug 12, 2008 at 4:54 PM
Edited Aug 12, 2008 at 9:12 PM
Requirement: Provide access to internet users (both anonymous and secure features)
If I login and access Training Management on my intranet (http://gwnserver/TrainingManagement/Prototype) I get consistent results however if I attempt to access it from the internet
I get inconsistent results during authentication; sometimes it works, other times it won't and sometimes a mixture of both (as I click links).
The http://dev.global-webnet.net/TrainingManagement site is an anonymous site, from it you can access a "Prototype" site as well as my SDMS site (open source project which is also
anonymous). Although I have the Prototype site configured as anonymous I trust I'm being prompted for login because of API security (preliminary research indicates I'll have to impersonate). The login/password for the Prototype site
follows: Login: spgemployee Pass: codeplex.
Sometimes (rare) login appears to fail, but still logs in. Most times I have to login with gwnserver\spgemployee (prefixed with my server name) which provides varying levels of success once logged in.
The steps I used to configure security are
HERE (did I miss something?). Before I start my brain-straining session (looking through the SDK) I was curious if you had any guidance available on MOSS 2007 configuration for Internet access (both anonymous and secure)?
EDITED: I found that if I login as gwnserver\spgemployee, when it prompts me again for the login information (suggesting it didn't work), I hit cancel, backspace and then click on the Prototype tab again and it shows me as being logged in. Most
of the time I can then navigate, e.g., hit Home - sometimes it prompts me for the login information again.