If you are getting the same error from multiple machines then I would narrow
the problem down to PROXY. I don't remember if you said it or not, but I
will assume that you are running PROXY 2.xx.
Just a suggestion:
If you would take a look at several computers and if you have a win 95 or 98
and a win 2000 do you get the same error?
Make sure that you are up to date with the 128 bit version of security.
Proxy 2 is rather flaky (:-)) so if you still can't resolve the problem, and
the rest of your network is working ok do yourself a favor, save yourself
some sleepless nights and lots of over time, UNINSTALL ISS/PROXY and
Just to let you know I upgraded my network to Win 2000, exchange 2000 and
IIS in December. We were running great a very smooth upgrade and users did
not even know it. I came in one morning an no one could access the internet
unless you by passed the PROXY server. The same was happening from the
outside, except it was just an ACCESS DENIED message. I spent 12 hours on
the problem checking everything and users asking when is the net going to
work, every 10 minutes.. No apparent error messages in any of the log to
give me a hint of what the problem might be. The only thing I had done was
reboot the server the night before when I install a backup agent. When I
uninstalled and reinstalled all was well and has been running with no
problems. A simple reinstall did not correct my problems.
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New Orleans, LA
Thank You for your response,
We are technically our own isp, we lease high speed lines from our local
telephone company. we host our own dns, W2k Advanced servers, Exchange
IE5.5 is running on our workstations. The version of IE is irrelevant due
consistent error across all platforms. I am sure that it is not an NTFS
permissions problem also. The problem must lie in IIS 5.0 or Exchange 2000.
you have any further ideas I would appreciate it.
What are the versions of IE and Exchange. Who is your ISP? I ask the last
question because if your using AOL you have to minimize their browser and
open IE for proper authentication to work.
When accessing our exchange server via OWA, when we click on folders view,
following message appears: Access is denied. Your browser security settings
not allow access to this folder from this page. After this, the folder view
show up but the public folders are not listed. What could be causing this.