IIS Permissions Issue?

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host several Web Sites on IIS 6.0.. The problem I am having is when an end user (Internet User) submits a form that both writes to a file in _private and send an e-mail. After the 'Submit button on the page is clicked, there is a prompt for a Username and Password. There should not be.. This should be a Public Access page.. This is happening to all sites.. About 100 All sites use Front Page 2002 Extensions. Any Help would be greatly appreciated..
ASKED: January 14, 2005  10:54 AM
UPDATED: January 14, 2005  11:21 AM

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The user the script is executing from does not have authority to the .DLL or other script to send e-mail, or does not have write authority to the _private directory.

John Brandt
iStudio400.com

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  • Smallfishllc
    I checked all permissions... The IUSR account has the correct write and execute permissions on the _private directory and the VTI_BIN directories... How can I check the .DLL permissions for Front Page.. All of the forms were created in MS FrontPage...
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