Install/Configuration/Run Errors

Cantor, Scott cantor.2 at
Fri Jan 13 16:57:36 GMT 2012

On 1/13/12 10:06 AM, "Johnson, Roger [BSD] - HSD" <rogermct at>
>Paul Caskey solved my  403 problem by letting me know to add my IP
>address to the Status attribute.  The status page works now.

I told you the same thing. The Status handler is documented so that people
who experience an issue and don't understand how to fix it can find out
exactly what settings to change.

>Once I login, I get forwarded to the following URL:
>Here I get Sever Error: 500

I told you what to do next (and documented it in the wiki page so others
wouldn¹t get caught by the same IIS issue).

>If I manually navigate to:
>I am able to successfully logout.

It's just acting as a no-op and treating it as a logout because the end
result is still that you're not logged in since you weren't logged in when
you accessed it. It's more evidence that the issue is simply IIS
suppressing the errors and you not checking the log for whatever it says
the actual error is.

-- Scott

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