Always Windows Security Prompt is coming when our users try to access our website. RRS feed

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  • Hi All,

    I have hosted our Website with some custom URL in Windows Server 2012 R2 64 bit OS.

    To host the website with custom URL i have followed the steps provided in the below article.


    If i browse the website inside the server am able to access without any issues. But when myself and other users try to ran same URL outside the server then always Windows Security Prompt is coming. Eventhough we have provided user name and password again and again it is asking. Can any one tell me what went wrong and how to resolve this issue.

    The below am providing configuration details which i have done in the server please have a look.

    Application Pool Basic Settings:-

    Name: Test       .NET CLR Version: .NET CLR Version v4.0.30319     Managed pipeline mode: integrated 

    () start application pool immediately

    Application Pool Advance Settings:-

    .NET CLR Version: v4.0
    Enable 32-Bit Applications: False
    Managed Pipeline Mode: Integrated
    Name: Test
    Queue Length: 1000
    Start Mode: OnDemand
    Identity: ApplicationPoolIdentity
    Load User Profile: False
    maximum worker process: 1
    ping enabled: true

    Website Basic Settings:-

    Site name: Test.kul.us.serv.com  Application Pool: Test   Physical path: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\Test

    Website Advance Settings:-

    Application Pool: Test    Bindings: http:*:Test.kul.us.serv.com       ID: 2        Name: Test.kul.us.serv.com

    Physical Path: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\Test       Physical Path Credentials:

    Physical Path Credentials Logon: ClearText    Preload Enabled: False

    Behavior    Enabled Protocols: http


    Site Bindings:-

    Type: http      Host Name: Test.kul.us.serv.com    Port: 80      IP Address: *       Binding Information:


             Name                                                    Status                   Response Type  

    Anonymous Authentication                              Enabled  

    ASP.NET Impersonation                                  Disabled

    Basic Authentication                                       Disabled                 HTTP 401 Challenge

    Digest Authentication                                     Disabled                 HTTP 401 Challenge

    Forms Authentication                                     Disabled                  HTTP 302 Login/Redirect

    Windows Authentication                                 Enabled                   HTTP 401 Challenge

    Thank you,


    Thursday, September 25, 2014 8:31 AM

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  • Hi,

    the below am providing few more configuration details please have a look.

    Windows Authentication Advance settings:

    Extended protection: off

    (√)Enable Kernel-mode authentication

    Enable Providers:



    Edit Anonymous Authentication Credentials:

    (√)Application Poo Identity

    Thank you,


    Thursday, September 25, 2014 8:39 AM