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Status code: Unauthorized
IIS 7.5 Detailed Error - 401.1 - Unauthorized
Internet Information Services 7.5
HTTP Error 401.1 - Unauthorized
You do not have permission to view this directory or page using the credentials that you supplied.
Detailed Error Information
Error Code 0xc000005e
Requested URL https://admin-igx-mba.rd.net:443/ContentStore/databases/IGXContentStore/docs?id=CONTENT_FREEZE_STATE
Physical Path D:\inetpub\ingeniux\custom\mba\sites\admin\site\RavenWeb\databases\IGXContentStore\docs
Logon Method Not yet determined
Logon User Not yet determined
Most likely causes:
The username supplied to IIS is invalid. The password supplied to IIS was not typed correctly. Incorrect credentials were cached by the browser. IIS could not verify the identity of the username and password provided. The resource is configured for Anonymous authentication, but the configured anonymous account either has an invalid password or was disabled. The server is configured to deny login privileges to the authenticating user or the group in which the user is a member. Invalid Kerberos configuration may be the cause if all of the following are true: Integrated authentication was used. the application pool identity is a custom account. the server is a member of a domain.
Things you can try:
Verify that the username and password are correct, and are not cached by the browser. Use a different username and password. If you are using a custom anonymous account, verify that the password has not expired. Verify that the authenticating user or the user's group, has not been denied login access to the server. Verify that the account was not locked out due to numerous failed login attempts. If you are using authentication and the server is a member of a domain, verify that you have configured the application pool identity using the utility SETSPN.exe, or changed the configuration so that NTLM is the favored authentication type. Create a tracing rule to track failed requests for this HTTP status code. For more information about creating a tracing rule for failed requests, click here.
Links and More Information
This error occurs when either the username or password supplied to IIS is invalid, or when IIS cannot use the username and password to authenticate the user.
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