My customer needs to let people login over the internet into the accesspoint. We are using IIS webserver instead of qv webserver. We want to use custom users which will be managed in the QMC.
11.20.12742.0 is the qv server version. IIS is set up in windows server 2012 R2 .
I now cannot login into the accesspoint with custom user accounts. I dont know why but i guess it has something to do with autorisations that need to be changed in IIS. Can anyone explain me how to set this up?
Thanks for your answer swuehl. The changes between qlikview versions arent significant. However the IIS versions have changed significantly to avoid me from applying the configuration changes described in the mentioned document.
Can you give me the updated instructions for IIS 8.5.96?
Coincidentally I ran into the same issue this week. Did you manage to solve it? I also installed the latest QV server version (11.20 SR12) on a Windows 2012 R2 machine having IIS v8.5 installed. But I have created some local Window users which should login when reaching the Access Point, but after logging in I keep getting the "loading content" message. IIS authentication seems to be the issue here, but I am not sure which authentication to use for the folders/applications in IIS (QlikView, QvAjaxZfc, QvPlugin, etc.). I enabled Anonymous authentication for QlikView and Windows authentication for the others. (Any other authentication is disabled). I tried some other settings as well, but none did work.
Accessing the QMC though works perfectly fine. I set up a local directory service and I am able to assign CALs to these users.
To start QMC has it own webserver and doesn't use IIS.
If you will look at my post I said " In IIS set the QlikView and QvAjaxZfc folders authentication to anonymous and disable windows." This will allow custom users to work as well as setting the QWS to "Custom User".