Thank you for your quick response. I found my problem. Apparently the CGI folder not only had to have the Read and Execute Permissions for the Anonymous Account (IUSR_domainname) but also for the Work Process Account (IWPD_domainname).
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 05/16/2009 10:51:42 AM:
Sent by Bob Louder on 05/16/2009 08:16:19 AM:
Moving to a New Server and setting up Foxweb. The server is a W2k3 SP2 running Plesk 9.2.1 with the OS on C and everthingelse on D. Loaded Foxweb to D: and setup everything like the old server, but this time I told the server to use the DLL instead of loading VFP. Now when I go to the directory with the code, the html works fine, but when the fxp is callled, I get the authentication window. Ok, it must be permissions - but I have set my d:\program files\foxweb\cgi directory permissions to allow IUSR_Computername to read & execute. Also, since I am using a dedicated pool, I have also given IUSR_domainname the same permissions. But I still get the window. Are there permission I need to set for the C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\VFP directory? I have checked the IIS configuration with the default domain set for scripts only and the ISAPI entries for fwx and fxp are installed. Any ideas on this would be a big help. I have looked through the logs - anyone know of a way to trace the error?