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I had the same requirements and after so many searches it was clear that Administrator Rights are required in any case. I have solved this issue by creating a new Application pool with Custom Account as Identity. Basically my server was having 2 users. one Administrator and other user_account with same administrator group. But still user_account was unable ...


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Add the following in the section system.webServer. <system.webServer> ... <modules runAllManagedModulesForAllRequests="true"></modules> ... </system.webServer> In IIS Manager root of website: * enable Anonymous Authentication * enable Forms Authentication * .NET Authorization Rules: Deny Anonymous Users; Allow All Users *...


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