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    front page error #e0024 (4.0)

    MS FP Server xtn 4.0, then url, then error #e0024, then message: getting SID' S account name failed. How do I fix this? My users report various errors related to: no access, then access later; no upload updated pages, then uploads ok later; other similar errors; all on the one server for a secure url (https.

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    Re: front page error #e0024 (4.0)

    Is this an NT4 / IIS 4 server using Windows integrated security? Could there be a problem with communications between the web server and a domain controller? Could there be a problem with the User Authentication settings for the Intranet zone (I assume it's intranet...) being too strict?

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    Re: front page error #e0024 (4.0)

    Post lightning strike and fried NT server perc2raid controller card in this server, the system was converted to a Win2k server and IIS 5. The web site files were restored from tape backup with the files in NT4/IIS 4 format. All folder permissions were reset for each web folder and subfolder (sigh) individually, permissions were also reset in FrontPage and verified in NTFS. And, yes, an error for repeated network problems, the time service is unable to find a domain controller for a long time. The service waits for 960 minutes and tries again. And again. and......

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    Re: front page error #e0024 (4.0)

    Well, my experience is very limited, and I no longer have access to the server I helped set up 6 months ago. However, if your IIS server can't authenticate the users because it doesn't have access to a domain controller, I don't think a Windows security scheme is going to work. To see if that's the problem, you could change one folder to anonymous login and see if it is accessible...

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