I have a web service. When called, the web service creates a folder and files on another specified server in our network. When the command executes, I keep getting a crash. Basically, it says the ASPNET account is locked out. I unlock it and try again. Same thing.
I tried using impersonate in the web.config, and it still tried to get into the server as ASPNET.
The web server hosting the web service has Anonymous access enabled, allows the IIS to control the passworld, and also has intergrated Windows Authentication checked.
This is a test. I am running the service on my XP machine local IIS and the target drive is D: (secondary) drive on a 2003 server on the network.
I've tried three versions of the impersonate set up. It keeps getting sent over as ASPNET.
<identity impersonate="true" />
<identity impersonate="true" userName="xxx" password="xxxx" />
<identity impersonate="true" userName="Domain\xxx" password="xxxx" />
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