Security :: Publishing Application On Windows Server 2008 And IIS 7

Dec 12, 2010

i published an application on windows server 2008 and IIS 7 i am facing a problem when user are trying to access the server or the web application in address they put ip address of the server /application a pop up screen asking for username and password problem IIS on windows server 2008 ..the server is configured it s making me crazy it s asking users for username and password

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