HTTP 500 Error

September 9, 2011 at 10:34:29
Specs: Windows Server 2008
I just hosted my intranet website in Windows 2008 server, running IIS 7.0; disabled Anonymous access and enabled Windows Authentication.

The site was working fine until setting up custom error pages. I developed my own 401 and 404 asp files and updated the entries under "Error Pages" of the intranet virtual directory. After that I began to get HTTP 500 Error. I tried to fix it but couldn't so, I rollbacked the changes but still I'm receiving HTTP 500 Error.

The default 401 and 404 htm files are intact. They are not corrupted and having the same access permissions like that other files in the custerr folder. Don't know how to fix it. Any help, greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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September 10, 2011 at 13:54:47

That site recommends upgrading to 7.0 which you already have but there are some other things that might help.

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