VS 2010 - 401 Unauthorized / Access Is Denied Due To Invalid Credentials

Nov 3, 2011

I'm setting up a new site on a new server. I created the site in the IIS manager and pointed it to my site directory. But, I now receive this error each time I try to navigate to the site.

I didn't receive this error on the other server, so I'm a little confused. I looked this up, but most of the information I've found is about configuring the users that people have setup. But, this site won't be secured like that. No one will need to log in.

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