Security :: How To Set Anonymous Access To IIS 7 From Web Config File

Aug 30, 2010

I have developed 2.0 website with crystal report now what my problem is whenever i go to crystal report page its by default going to login.aspx or default.aspx though i didt set any login to my page..

I talk with my hosting provider they said that the impersonate is enable..

I think in IIS 7 authentication if i set anonymous access enable, will it work fine?

so i need to know how to enable anonymous access from my webconfig ..

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