It could be a setting in IIS but I don't know which one....
Even when i try and access the GSDL locally, (ie on the machine it is
installed to), I still get the same error. This is when i try and
browse the virtual directory from within IIS as well as trying to get
into it via another PC.
I'm not actually switching from something else. I've been happily using
GSDL locally in a non-web server installation on one PC for sometime and
have decided that it is now time to move it onto a web server (on
another PC) so the whole world can then see my library/data. But alas,
some setting or permission level is preventing me from seeing
I bet it is something simple that i have neglected to do but it has me
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Karen E. Medina [mailto:kmedina64;alexia.lis.uiuc.edu]
> Sent: Thursday, 6 March 2003 12:21
> To: Graham S. Green
> Cc: 'Jacques-Victor Krief'; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: IIS installations
> Could it be a setting on your IIS?
> Make sure the permissions for the gsdl directory and beyond
> are set so that the other people can read them.
> You mentioned that you are switching from something else.
> What was the something else? Linux with an apache web server?
> -karen medina
> (just another gsdl user)
> Univesity of Illinois
> On Thu, 6 Mar 2003, Graham S.
> Green wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I know this has been discussed before but I have now just
> started to
> > move my library onto a web server runnng IIS and am having
> > I installed IIS with all the default settings and it seemed to have
> > worked ok. I then installed GSDL and configured as was recently
> > posted on this list. However when I try and access it from
> another pc
> > on the network I get the following error:
> > "you are not authorised to view this page"
> > What security settings should I set for my virtual directory (GSDL)
> > and where? Do the IIS settings overide the OS settings in
> sharing and
> > access control or are they separate?
> > Thanks
> > graham
> -Karen E. Medina
> And when you get the choice to sit it out or dance, I hope
> you dance.