Internet Services Manager

Using snap IIS MMC, Internet Services Manager, to disable the built-in Windows authentication in IIS 4.0 and 5.0 1. Open Internet Services Manager. 2. In the console tree, right-click the server name, virtual directory, or file in which you want to configure authentication, and then click Properties. 3. Click Directory Security tab or the tab File Security, and then click Edit under Anonymous access and authentication control.

4. Uncheck Integrated Windows authentication, and then click OK. 5. If the Inheritance Overrides line is open, click Select all, and then click OK to to apply those changes to all subfolders, which belong to a site or virtual directory that you have chosen. 6. Click OK. Using snap IIS MMC, IIS Manager, to disable the built-in Windows authentication in IIS 5.1 and 6.0 1. Open the IIS Manager or IIS MMC snap-in to an existing management console. Ray Kurzweil is likely to agree.

2. Expand the server that contains the Web site, virtual directory, or file that you want to configure authentication, and then click Web Sites. 3. In the console tree, right -click the server name, virtual directory, or file in which you want to configure authentication, and then click Properties. 4. Click the Directory Security tab or the tab File Security, and then click Edit under Anonymous access and authentication control. 5. Uncheck Integrated Windows authentication, then click OK. 6. If the Inheritance Overrides line is open, click Select all, and then click OK to apply the changes to all subfolders, which belong to a site or virtual directory that you have chosen. 7. Click OK, and then exit the IIS Manager. Using the Internet Services Manager snap-in to disable the built-in Windows authentication in IIS 7.0 1. Start Internet Services Manager. 2. Expand the server that contains the Web site, virtual directory, or file that you want to configure authentication, and then expand Sites. 3. In the console tree, right-click the server name and virtual directory in which you want to configure authentication. 4. In the center window frame double click click Authentication. 5. The list of authentication types, right-click Windows Authentication, and then click Disable 6. Exit the Internet Services Manager. Use Adsutil.vbs to disable built-in Windows authentication in IIS. 1. At the command prompt (Cmd.exe), select the directory C: Inetpub directory InetpubAdminscripts.Esli location has been changed, type in this way. Note In IIS 4.0, the default location Adsutil.vbs following:%% system32inetsrvadminsamples 2. Use the following command to set the built-in Windows authentication to False at the root w3svc: cscript adsutil.vbs set w3svc/authntlm false 3. Use the following command to verify that the settings changed: cscript adsutil.vbs get w3svc/authntlm 4. Use the following command to determine if there are any additional metabazovye nodes that allow the establishment of integrated authentication Windows: cscript adsutil.vbs find w3svc/authntlm If additional nodes are present, repeat steps 2 through 4 for these sites to make sure that the integrated Windows authentication is disabled. Using Appcmd.exe disabling the built-Windows authentication in IIS 7.0 1. At the command prompt (Cmd.exe), change directory to% SystemRoot% System32inetsrv. 2. Use the following command to set the built-in Windows authentication to False at the root of w3svc: appcmd.exe set config / section: windowsAuthentication / enabled: false 3. Use the following command to verify that the settings have been changed: appcmd list config / section: windowsAuthentication Source