Anonymous 8 years

Not exactly sure what was wrong with your setup but keep in mind that the Web server built into RoboRealm is standalone from IIS. In other words you do not need (nor should you have running) IIS on the same machine. Thus any IIS user rights (unless that is what you are logged in as) should change the running access that RoboRealm has. Note that c:\inetpub\wwwroot\ do not have much to do with RoboRealm. RoboRealm will have the same access rights as the user that started the application (i.e. what you logged in as). Most likely some sort of port conflict was present and just restarting the machine most likely cleared that up. Or simply restarting the browser cleared some cached config which connected correctly ... it is tricky stuff!


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