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Cannot log in into SharePoint site with administrator account

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

I have set up a SharePoint environment where I have set up a test web application and a site collection.  It is important to mention that everything has been set up using the administrator account.  Once I try to logging in using administrator account it fails after 3 tries and it just give me a blank screen.
I also checked IIS for security setting but I do not see anything wrong!
As a side note I am able to connect Central administrator without any problems using the administrator account.
I think it is a security setting but I do not know where to start
Help is greatly appreciate


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