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PKI Problem... again
From: Alvey Robert W KPWA <AlveyRW () kpt nuwc navy mil>
Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 15:44:55 -0800

Okay, back with some more info.

Windows 2000 w/ IIS 5.0

Here's the problem:
I've got a web server that I'm moving over to require PKI authentication to
access the web site.  However, when I do this the first time someone tries
to connect to the site, IIS hangs.  The Application Event Log says this is a
SCECLI 1202 event, which says I've got some user accounts (two in my case)
that no longer exist locally or on the domain, but do exist in some group
policy and because of that they can't be mapped to SIDs, which causes the
whole process to go kaput.

I can't reach a solution because I've followed the directions on Microsoft's
site (http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;324383), but
the user names that can't be mapped are not in any GPOs.  Anyone know how I
can get around this issue?

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