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#1: Regarding Access Control

Posted on 2008-01-13 09:57:01 by JamesSimpson

Hello,
I am using Windows Server 2003 (x64 Edition) and IIS 6 to host two websites
(both of which have frontpage extensions and ASP.NET enabled). Here is the
problem that I am having, when I go to Visual Studio 2005 on my machine and
login using an administrator account, I can login fine no problem. However,
when someone of the Users group tries to login and edit the website, it
doesn't authenticate/allow them to login. Any ideas on how I can fix this?

Regards,

James Simpson
Straightway Technologies Inc.

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#2: Re: Regarding Access Control

Posted on 2008-01-13 10:53:30 by Ken Schaefer

First question - what are you using to edit the websites? FPSE?

If so, then use the Sharepoint Administration website (located in the Admin
Tools folder on the server) to permits the users that you want to be able to
edit pages the "Author" privilege

Cheers
Ken

"James Simpson" <JamesSimpson@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:745D146F-A6EE-4EC5-B946-C5F200E91E79@microsoft.com...
> Hello,
> I am using Windows Server 2003 (x64 Edition) and IIS 6 to host two
> websites
> (both of which have frontpage extensions and ASP.NET enabled). Here is
> the
> problem that I am having, when I go to Visual Studio 2005 on my machine
> and
> login using an administrator account, I can login fine no problem.
> However,
> when someone of the Users group tries to login and edit the website, it
> doesn't authenticate/allow them to login. Any ideas on how I can fix
> this?
>
> Regards,
>
> James Simpson
> Straightway Technologies Inc.

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