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  Asked By: Eugene    Date: Aug 24    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 745

I'm very new to SharePoint and I try do to an installation of in in out
test environment to see how it works, but it seems I have a lot of
problem.

I do the installation for CD kit, everything works fine, but when to go to
admin page it gives some 'unauthorized' error page.

From IIS management I see web site is running ok.

I learn to install service pack 1 -
support.microsoft.com/default.aspx - which
should solve "Not authorized" error message, but I still get it.

I learn to change IIS authentication method to Basic authentication as
recommended here: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=829065

Now, if I try to use SharePoint Central Administration it seems to try to
connect to something like http://localhost:xxxx/sps/Default.aspx but also
it asks user name and pwd several times and finally still display "You do
not have permission to view this page. " error message.

I have no idea what I'm missing.
If anybody can give me some advise on making SharePoint work I'll
appreciate very much.

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4 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Brinda Bca     Answered On: Aug 24

I'm coming back with my install  problem, I haven't found a solution to it
yet.

I try do to an installation  of SPS in our test environment  to see how it
works, but it seems I have a lot  of problems.

I did run the installation from CD kit, everything works  fine, but at the
end when it suppose to go to admin page  it gives some 'unauthorized' error
page.

From IIS management  I see that web  site is running  ok.

learn  that service  pack 1 -
support.microsoft.com/default.aspx - should
solve "Not authorized" error  message, but I installed service pack  too but
still get unauthorized  error page.

I learn to change  IIS authentication  method to basic  authentication as
recommended here: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=829065.

Now, if I try use sharepoint  Central Administration it tries to connect to
something like http://localhost:xxxx/sps/Default.aspx it asks  user name
and pwd several times  and finally  display "You do not have permission  to
view this page. " error message.

If I keep connection settings as anonymous I got "401 UNAUTHORIZED" page.

I have no idea  what I'm missing.
If anybody can give  me some advise  on making  SharePoint work  I'll
appreciate very much.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Sheryl Velez     Answered On: Aug 24

I met this problem too when I try to install  the sharepoint, this is because
I am using the administrator account in domain for sps administrator. The
solution is:-

I create a new account which has the authority of power user/administrator,
reinstall the sps and key in the new user  account as sps administrator.

p/s u can create a new virtual server in IIS, then install sps on it in
stead of using the default web  site.

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Alexandra Lewis     Answered On: Aug 24

I guess something is wrong with user  I used.
I'll try a new install.

 
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