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I'm trying to set up a simple html/css/js only site on my local IIS that uses Windows Authentication.

So far I just a have a c://mysite/index.html file

When I point the default IIS website (i.e http://localhost) to this folder and enable Windows Authentication, I am shown the login dialog when I browse to it. When I enter my creds it then shows the index.html fine. But when I setup a new IIS site (e.g http://local.mysite I have a host entry for this) pointing to the same folder, with Windows Authentication enabled, I cannot get passed the login dialog. It just redisplays as if the login creds were wrong, but I'm entering the same creds as I did in http://localhost.

I have added http://local.mysite to the local intranet zone in Internet Options, but this doesn't resolve the issue.

Any ideas on why this isn't working?

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Check if you have KB 3002657 installed. This patch broke windows authentication, and the symptoms are what you mentioned (redisplays login credentials)

Has March 2015 Patch Tuesday broken 2003 shares?

http://www.infoworld.com/article/2895900/security/microsoft-netlogon-patch-kb-3002657-woes-continue-kb-3032359-cisco-anyconnect-fix-confirmed.html

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  • Checked. I don't have that installed – MakkyNZ Mar 12 '15 at 15:15

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