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  • Hi there,

     

    is there any reason why http://magicpay.magictouch.co.ke does not allow anonymous access? Not that it should not work but a) users will have to authenticate twice (once to access signin.aspx and another one on that form) and b) the less unknowns we have the easier it would be to solve the problem.

     

    Side observation: %25 is a hex code for % - looks like encoder gone bezerk and encoded percent sign in a loop 4 times. But what would have caused it escapes me at the moment - may be somebody else has a eureka moment?

     

    Cheers

    George

    Wednesday, October 8, 2008 2:14 AM
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  • In the IFD tool, Did you include the port number when you ran the IFD tool?  For example, if your internal crm URL is http://crmserver:5555, you have to include the port number in both the AD Domain fields and in the IFD domain fields.

     

    This is similar to what I saw, and this was the reason it happened to me--I thought that if you put it in the AD domain, you didn't have to put it in the IFD domain, but you do.

     

    Then when you go to the IFD domain, you still have to type in the :5555

     

     

     

    Sunday, July 27, 2008 1:04 AM
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  • Hi iv done this but i doesnt seem to have helped.

     

    Monday, July 28, 2008 7:24 AM
  • Sounds like you have done it right.  I recommend that you call support.

     

    Monday, July 28, 2008 10:48 AM
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  • Hi Microsoft have been unable to assit on this the case remains open todate.Anyone experiencing the same?
    Tuesday, October 7, 2008 11:41 AM
  • I'm not sure

     

    Tuesday, October 7, 2008 12:29 PM
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  • What did support say?

     

    Tuesday, October 7, 2008 5:34 PM
  • Hi there,

     

    is there any reason why http://magicpay.magictouch.co.ke does not allow anonymous access? Not that it should not work but a) users will have to authenticate twice (once to access signin.aspx and another one on that form) and b) the less unknowns we have the easier it would be to solve the problem.

     

    Side observation: %25 is a hex code for % - looks like encoder gone bezerk and encoded percent sign in a loop 4 times. But what would have caused it escapes me at the moment - may be somebody else has a eureka moment?

     

    Cheers

    George

    Wednesday, October 8, 2008 2:14 AM
    Moderator