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  1. We use a certain software on almost all of the computers in our domain. We have had problems with one of the ports stopping. The tech support told us to give users full control to the c:\tmp folder. Can someone help me with a script to change the permission on this folder on the computers so I don't have to do it manually? I am new to scripting so I am not sure where to start. Thanks.
  2. Thanks for the reply. We actually solved the problem already. I am not sure what happened but we ended up uninstalling and reinstalling the extension. Now it works. Again thanks for the reply.
  3. Our website was a Windows Server 2000/IIS 5 website migrated to a Windows Server 2003/IIS 6 website using the MS migration tool. We have several forms on the website, where a user fills out information and clicks “submit” to send the information (form is set to send an email) When the user clicks on submit, it asks for a username/password. If you click on “cancel”, it will take you to a page that says you are not authorized to view this page. If you enter a domain username/password, the form will work and take the user to a confirmation page and the email will be sent. Website has anonymous access enabled (local_machine/iusr_account) and integrated windows authentication. These forms did work before the website was migrated to IIS 6