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Subject Topic: why must give httpd.ini user read access
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ShawnIDC.com
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Posted: 20 July 2010 at 10:21pm

I am using Isapi_rewrite 2.9, it works fine, but I just don't know why I must give httpd.ini user read access to make it work. shouldn't ISUR account do it just fine? or is there some easy way to automatically grant read access to the file?

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Anton
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Posted: 21 July 2010 at 1:24am

Please have a look at the instructions on this page.
It's not the httpd.ini user who needs to be granted permissions, it's actually the System/IIS_WPG account.

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ShawnIDC.com
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Posted: 21 July 2010 at 3:14am

system and iiswpg group have permission to read write, I am talking about "USERS GROUP". I must give httpd.ini "USERS" read access to make it function properly.
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Anton
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Posted: 21 July 2010 at 5:03am

And what group does the user running the app pool belong to?
ISAPI_Rewrite uses this same user unless set otherwise or sometimes in case of proxy usage.

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ShawnIDC.com
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Posted: 21 July 2010 at 8:00am

network services

it should be working fine because the IIS user have read and run access to httdp.ini.

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Lexey
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Posted: 12 August 2010 at 2:45am

ShawnIDC.com wrote:

network services



I guess you mean "NETWORK SERVICE" account, right?

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it should be working fine because the IIS user have read and run access to httdp.ini.



Definetely in this case it should be sufficient to give a read access to the "NETWORK SERVICE" account only.
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