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comment List set for anonymous but public cannot view
The site itself is still accessible to anonymous users, it's just these lists that's causing a problem. I don't see any user in AD starting with IUSR_ - I do see a group called IIS_IUSR, and in that group I see 'IUSR' but searching for that user shows no results. Odd, right?
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comment List set for anonymous but public cannot view
Finally back at my desk, so I gave this a look. ViewFormPagesLockDown was indeed listed, so I disabled it. I do recall doing this before, so not sure why it came back. The MSDN article says to disable/re-enable anonymous on the site. I assume it means the site collection, but doing that made no difference. Any further ideas? or indication if I'm in the wrong place for anonymous permissions.
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comment List set for anonymous but public cannot view
Thanks for the idea. I'll give it a try tomorrow
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comment List set for anonymous but public cannot view
More background info: This is part of a public facing website, that's been running for a few years. Anonymous access is allowed throughout the site, and has been working with the lists in question until, it appears, last Thursday. I've found no evidence that anything changed, just that the direct input pages (list/NewForm.aspx) is now prompting anonymous visitors to login. Anonymous visitors used to be able to access all lists, and then one started prompting for login (hence the initial question) but now all lists are prompting.
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comment List set for anonymous but public cannot view
As it stands, anonymous users cannot access the list at all. Using your example, I tried to access my list without specifying the .aspx page, and I'm still redirected to a login page. I have this on a dev server and it works, checking permissions between the two lists (list1 on www and list1 on dev) both are the same. I'm wondering if there is another place that sets anonymous access for all lists in the site collection?
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revised List set for anonymous but public cannot view
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