[thelist] HTTP 403.15 Error Message

John C Bullas (soton.ac.uk relay) jcbullas at nildram.co.uk
Tue Dec 2 03:47:26 CST 2003

>HTTP 403.15 - Forbidden: Client Access Licenses exceeded
>Internet Information Services
>The above is an error message that people get on a sub-web that I'm 
>working on.  I put a username and password on the site to prevent the 
>general public from getting into it.  But after I added the 
>username/password requirement, you can't get past the home page of the 
>site. You just get the above error message when you click a link on the 
>home page.  It only happens when you look at the site using America 
>Online.  It does not happen when using IE or Netscape browsers.   The site 
>does not use SSL.  It's an IIS 5.0 server using Windows 2000.  The site 
>was created with FrontPage. The Service Pack is up-to-date.  What makes it 
>most confusing is it only happens when looking at the  site in AOL.
>Any help*, suggestions* would be GREATLY appreciated.

Shame you can't run it with CGI and .htaccess with http://www.LockedArea.com ;)

Though that might not be either of the above*

>Thank you.
>email  kautz at mibusiness.com

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