I am running Vista Ultimate SP2 and Visual Studio 2008. I am getting the following error and would like to know how to fix it and how to fix it so that I am not asked for admin privilages all the time. I am the administrator, Here is the error I am getting:
Server Error in Application "DEFAULT WEB SITE/BALLOONSHOP"
Internet Information Services 7.0
Thank you for your assistace.
Have you already tried the resolutions proposed in http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/942062/?
I have the exact same problem with IIS7 on Server 2008.
Thing is, I have one website that I used the 'default web site' for. This works fine.
Any new site I create pointing to a different port (in this instance :8080) gets the 403.14 error, and yes I have the default document configured. I would prefer not to enable directory listing for obvious reasons.
When I specify the document name in the URL, I get a 404.0 file not found though the file does in fact exist. Permissions on the directory are the same as on the default website: I am using anonymous access and the IIS user has appropriate access. When I test access through 'basic settings' everything is good.
So why can't I get to it through a browser? Even on the localhost?
I would copy the 'default web site' but I haven't figured out how to do that in the 'new and improved' IIS. Might be an Apache download in my near future. Anyone??
I have faced the same problem...and solved..
Please follow the steps ..
HTTP Error 403
403.7 Forbidden: Client certificate required
this does not solve the problem:
this solution requires directory browsing to be enabled - not all people can do this (shared hosting etc.).
i have a strange similiar situation (to Shambie)
on my dev machine at home (W2K8 R2) i dont have a problem with this, but on the live system i have - funny thing is, this is also a W2K8 R2; and heck, this is since the last update of the system and i don't know what to do, since i can't rollout latest version of our system
(and yes: on my dev machine directory browsing is *disabled*, and it still works - config on live system is same as on dev machine)
Has anybode experienced same issues?
- Edited by alexbaker2008 Sunday, June 12, 2011 9:25 PM small edit/add ontext
http://www.google.com.au/search?q=dotnet+4+download--..--"karan.manglani" wrote in messagenews:a3b4742b-79fa-4f0f-b16e-dd0797470aaf...> This did not work for me. It says the path specified cannot be found. I> looked at the folder and the latest version seems to be v3.5.>>>> What can I do now?>
There is a space towards the end between exe and the -i. SoC:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\aspnet_regiis.exe -i--..--"karan.manglani" wrote in messagenews:b953bb06-5b5f-4840-bc17-c0afce0caa04...>I did that but now there is a different error:>> 'C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\aspnet_regiis.exe-i' is> not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or> batch file.>
Thanks for the help David. Got it installed; however, i still have the same problem that I had originally which is a problem with my default document.
HTTP Error 403.14 - Forbidden
The Web server is configured to not list the contents of this directoy.
Error Code: 0x00000000
Requested URL: https://localhost:443/
Physical Path: C:\Windows\Web
Logon Method: Anonymous
Logon User: Anonymous
I am trying to set up Remote Desktop Web Access on my own domain. If I browse to the application in IIS, the webpage is displayed; however, when browsing to the actual site, I am forbidden. My default document is enabled and has the following entries:
All entries are inherited. I do not want to enable Directory Browsing. I just want the app to open when I visit the domain. All help is greatly appreciated!
I don't know anything about IIS.--..--"karan.manglani" wrote in messagenews:0370a1a7-67b6-4e02-a2d4-cee3f61d5555...> Thanks for the help David. Got it installed; however, i still have the> same problem that I had originally which is a problem with my default> document.>>>> HTTP Error 403.14 - Forbidden>> The Web server is configured to not list the contents of this directoy.>> Module: DirectoryListingModule>> Notification: ExecuteRequestHandler>> Handler: StaticFile>> Error Code: 0x00000000>> Requested URL: https://localhost:443/>> Physical Path: C:\Windows\Web>> Logon Method: Anonymous>> Logon User: Anonymous>>>> I am trying to set up Remote Desktop Web Access on my own domain. If I> browse to the application in IIS, the webpage is displayed; however, when> browsing to the actual site, I am forbidden. My default document is> enabled and has the following entries:>> Default.htm>> Default.asp>> index.htm>> index.html>> iistart.htm>> default.aspx>> All entries are inherited. I do not want to enable Directory Browsing. I> just want the app to open when I visit the domain. All help is greatly> appreciated!>
Directory browsing for a web application is not a solution. The support document you referenced is basically useless (unless, you really want to be able to browse a directory from your browser). I'm still not even sure why MS lists this as a solution to the 403.1* error. Ridiculous....
- Edited by shadowsurfs Friday, November 08, 2013 5:43 PM
This is one of the most common issue that developed faces when they start the New Website published with IIS or IIS Express.
I searched internet a lot to find the exact issue and the solution that I found is to enable "Directory Listing" for the web site, similar guidance will be shown on the error page itself, but it is not recommended for security reasons.
So to fix this issue, the easiest and best way is to add the default page or document that IIS should look while you click on browse or F5 from Visual Studio.
1. Open IIS (Type InetMgr)
2. Go to the WebSite you are facing the issue
3. Click on Default Document Button, you will find it on the right side tab in IIS.
4. You can see a list of default documents, but your default page (aspx file) is not mentioned here and that is causing the issue.
5. Add your file here. (For example: Login.aspx)
Now run the website again .. and yes .. that will work now.
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- Proposed as answer by Ambuj.Saxena Saturday, February 08, 2014 9:29 AM