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I use iis7 on win7 pro. I develope an aspx web page which calls the web service in remote site.When it runs, I get an error in the below:
"System.Net.WebException: The request failed with HTTP status 403: Forbidden..."
What's the problem?
Thanks for helps.
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Using WSS 2007 with MOSS.
private void GetDefaultCredentials()
m_where = "get configuration data for credentials";
string userid = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings[ "userid" ];
string password = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings[ "password" ];
string domain = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings[ "domain" ];
m_where = "set search query credentials";
m_query.Credentials = new NetworkCredential ( userid, password
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In the past on 32bit environments I have used de
The statement is correct:
<asp:HyperLink ID="HyperLink2" runat="server" Text
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Does anyone have a solution for this?