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1 2nd December 06:29
dave karmens
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My IIS logs are showing this attached to the end of the entries:

SITESERVER=ID=870827cf90603c171254741b02f10864

However, this seems to be causing a problem.

How can I disable Site Server's Authentication on IIS?
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2 2nd December 06:29
pat [msft]
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That's not necessarily for authentication. Site Server included an IASPI
filter that tagged all requests for visit reporting as well. Either way,
look for an ISAPI filter on the sites (I think it was called AUTHFLTR.dll)
and remove it.

Pat
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3 2nd December 06:29
dave karmens
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Thanks Pat!
I will give that a try.
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4 2nd December 06:29
dave karmens
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I do not see that, or any site server related ISAPI filter in IIS; any
other way to remove it?
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5 2nd December 06:29
pat [msft]
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Check both the global and per site web configs. It may be a different isapi
from AUTHFLTR.

Pat
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6 2nd December 06:29
dave karmens
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I did - can not find that anywhere.

I know that the site in question is not using it, could I unregister the
DLL?
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7 7th December 10:39
pat [msft]
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It's an ISAPI filter (which doesn't get registered) or (possibly) you have a
site using the Site Server membership COM objects, in which case
unregistering a dll would cause the site to stop functioning.

Pat
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8 7th December 10:39
dave karmens
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I'm only using search service from Site Server - nothing else.
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9 7th December 10:39
dave karmens
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I'm only using search service from Site Server - nothing else.
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10 7th December 10:39
pat [msft]
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You might then do a search against the .asp pages (and any includes) and see
if anyone is creating a Membership object.

Pat
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