1) In IIS go to the QlikView virtual directory properties >directory security >Edit > and check enable anonymous access.
2)'Avq undefined' indicates that the qvw the ajax file is pointing to is not present in your qvs document folder. If you go back into the QlikView Server Management Console >Folders tab, make sure under Document Folder >Path it is pointing to the location where the qvw resides.
Thanks for the help Karl. The anonymous access option was not checked (I was going through integrated windows authentication) but it didn't solve the problem. I've attached the screen shot of the userid/password prompt that comes out because it doesn't look like a windows prompt. I'm guessing antivirus (McAfee) but I turned off the service and it still gave me the error.
As for the undefined error, I'm still getting it although it may be important to note that it is a 'QVA undefined' error as opposed to a 'Avq undefined' error. I checked the web folder directory and the document directory and everything seems to be pointing to the correct location. So I have a qvw in location x that successfully can be viewed on the server through the IE plugin. When I generate the qvw as AJAX, I output it to another folder location as specified in my web folders setting. Is there something I am missing?
Ok, that login prompt is coming from QlikView. That is section access. Looking at your screenshot I do not see a .htm at the end, so try this http://nts-qlikviewd1/qlikview/AjaxZfc/finanacecontrolling/default.htm
Also to make IIS go directly to the default.htm go to the properties of the AjaxZfc folder documents tab and check the Enable default content page and move the Default.htm to the top if it is not already then hit Ok all the way out of those properties. Then you should be able to go to http://nts-qlikviewd1/qlikview/AjaxZfc/finanacecontrolling/ and get the desired results.
Yep, same result when browsing through IIS and going through localhost. Thanks for the info on section access. I didn't realize the userid= suffix at the end indicated section access. I attached all the relevant screenshots I could think of to aid in the diagnosis.
To me the UID/PWD prompt is becuase you have disallowed anonymous and have integrated window's authenication turned on. Getting prompted for UID/PWD is exactly what you would expect in this situation. You should enter your login credentials for the domain or local machine that the QVS is on and you should get through.
To use Anonymous access you will need session CALs (not named user CALs) and need to allow anonymous and turn off Integrated Windows Auth.
Not sure about the QVA undefined error. If you enter you UID/PWD for the domain/machine are you still getting that errror?