I'm trying to figure out how can I configure IIS to host a .NET Webservice (.asmx file) for public domain.
The idea is to make public the asmx url so anyone can view it using Internet Explorer using http://ourpublicserver.com/ourwebservice.asmx (so anonymous users can browse this service)
When we use Firefox on Linux to view this url address, the browser is throwing a window for user autentication (username and password). To supress this user authentication dialog we tried to configure IIS Manager, also tried asp.net impersonation.
Is there a step by step configuration to make this Webservice public? (user authentication is not necessary in our case)