Ok Bob, what I see right now is you are facing two issues.
1. Your original issue (Log in prompt trying to Access http://companyweb
2. Installing .NET family ..
To start with, how did issue (1) occur in the first place ?
- was there any changes made/installation of .Net family ?
If so, what was the last version of .net uninstalled / installed ?
Hotfix ? patches for .Net.
- Was CEICW ran ? etc, etc ..
Must know the changes that took place. Uninstalling /reinstalling .net can
be sometimes very triky I must say. FYI, if any of the version was
uninstalled such as .net v2, or any of its patches, and then later you went
installing a higher version like .net version 3.x or any of its patches
thinking that is the latest version ... you are wrong.
I took 48 hrs troubleshooting on .net and its versions uninstalling /
reinstalling, with all the pathces to get it right.
Please keep in mind, .net versions has to be installed right from the
earlier versions with its patches and fixes, and keep going forward with
version 2.x, its patches and then version 3 and its patches. It can be a
little tedious but it will all be worth in the end..
Hope this helps ..
"BobS" <PackerIntl@newsgroup> wrote in message
> Did the MU; have the following update that will not go:
> Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework, Version 2.0 (KB928365)
> And the problem still exists. Is this possible the reason; How do I
> clear this update and get it to install?
> "Susan Bradley" <sbradcpa@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> If you have not installed it, it's the fix.
>> .net 3 includes .2
>> BobS wrote:
>>> Thanks Susan,
>>> Looks like a good possibility. Will do it in the morning. Related
>>> issue, the post below says that must have .NET Framework 2.0. I get a
>>> little confused by all of the .NET stuff. Add & Remove Programs shows
>>> 1.1 and 3.something. Isw 2.0 something else that is needed, or is it
>>> included in the 3.something?
>>> Again, Thanks,
>>> "Susan Bradley" <sbradcpa@newsgroup> wrote in message
>>>> BobS wrote:
>>>>> All of a sudden, the default SBS 2K3 Intranet site for one of my
>>>>> clients (companyweb) is asking for a username and password if you try
>>>>> to go there, and it will not accept anyone in the domain, including
>>>>> Administrator. Likewise for all of the tools to access it or work on
>>>>> it from the Server Manager module.
>>>>> Does anyone have a clue what might have happened here and how to fix
>>>>> things to get it back? All ideas will be appreciated.
>>>>> Bob Showalter
>>>> MU your box and ensure you get a SBS specific update.