I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 that is not join to any domain.
I have developed an web application that will display the domain name and the username on the server itself.
However, when I publish my web application to IIS, it always fail and display different types of error messages (because I change settings such as
Enabled ASP.NET Impersonation,
Disable Anonymous Authentication,
Set Application Pool to Classic and so on)
So, I was wondering if it is necessary for the Server to join in a domain so that I can reduce any unnecessary error message and be able to zoom into the correct direction?