Extended Character Sets
Connect Server on Windows uses IIS authentication. If usernames use the extended character set, both the client and server machine must be set to use the same codepage, and the client must use IE 7 or later (other browsers don't support users names using extended characters). For more information, refer to http://support.microsoft.com/kb/938418.
Accessing the Web UI
To access Web UI from a client machine, go to the following address in your web browser:
Error: No docroot has been configured for anonymous.
This error indicates that authentication has not been correctly configured in the IIS Manager. The installer should automatically disable Anonymous Authentication and enable Basic Authentication, but if these settings are incorrect then the Connect Server web UI returns the error message. To correct these settings, follow the steps below:
Once you have installed Basic Authentication, enable it as described.
Enabling SSL Certificate on Windows
If you wish to set up SSL certificate for Web UI, download and execute the IIS 6.0 Resource Kit Tools: Microsoft Download Center: Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 Resource Kit Tools.
When installed, go to SelfSSL. In the SelfSSL's Command Prompt, execute the following command:and launch
Enter y when prompted.