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Windows 2003 Server Issues

Discussion in 'Networking' started by phark, Oct 16, 2003.

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  1. phark

    phark Thread Starter

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    Has anyone had an problems like these (and know the fixes?):

    1. All .aspx files are asking for permission. So perhaps a frontpage config etc etc..

    2. .asp files extensions dropped off nearly all websites... i have added these for anyone that has asked and asp is then runing ok for them.

    3. Some sort of databse permissions error as well with reagrd to asp and access.

    4. ASP and IIS runs as a global user. BIG SECURITY HOLE! Anyone can read any file, including any config file in anyone's domain. This includes anything in the Windows directory. I nearly fell off my seat when I saw an ASP script do this.

    5. Permissions...When a user adds an FTP or FrontPage user, those users are not granted access to their domain folder. It seems as if they are added to the C:\domains\domain.com folder, but they have no permissions to any files or folders underneath that, such as wwwroot, this results in not being able to upload using FrontPage or delete files via FTP.

    Feel free to comment on any of these! :D
     
  2. Rockn

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    Did you recently do the DCOM security patch?
     
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