garetjax
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I currently am attempting to install YAF into a sub-directory of my production site
Server: (Windows 2012 - VPS)
SQL Server: (Windows 2012 + SQL Server 2012)

Here is what has been done in order of steps completed:
1. Downloaded YAF.NET Latest Stable Install Zip (From Main YAF Webpage)
2. Extracted To TMP DIR
3. Created Directory on Main Website Directory {FORUM}
4. Copied Contents of TMP DIR to {FORUM}
a. Copied {FORUM}.BIN to {SITE}.BIN [STEP XXX]
5. Opened IIS 8.0
6. Configured Virtual .NET 4.0 APP (w/ YAF.Forum Application Pool and Set to ASP.NET 4.0) [STEP 2]
7. Database Already Setup {SITEDB} [STEP 3]
8. Renamed recommend.web.config to web.config [STEP 4]
9. Generated a Machine Key and placed into app.config [STEP 4a]
10. Modified YAF.AppRoot value="~/" to value="~/forum/" [STEP 4b]
11. Skipped [STEP 4c]
12. {STEP 5}

REMOTE SERVER
STEP 5 - Results in failure as the site will not load the install (here is the result)
500 - Internal server error.
There is a problem with the resource you are looking for, and it cannot be displayed.

LOCAL SERVER
HTTP 500.19 - Internal server error.
Detailed Error Information:
Module
IIS Web Core
Notification
Unknown
Handler
Not yet determined
Error Code
0x80070005
Config Error
Cannot read configuration file due to insufficient permissions

It Seems the IIS_USER Account associated does not have permission to execute the resource. Specifically I need to know what I should do...to fix this issue.
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garetjax
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Solution - Do not Setup a Separate Application Pool; as the instances are separate without impersonation from one to the other. etc.
mo2000
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Originally Posted by: garetjax

I currently am attempting to install YAF into a sub-directory of my production site
It Seems the IIS_USER Account associated does not have permission to execute the resource. Specifically I need to know what I should do...to fix this issue.


If IIS tells you that you have no rights, then you should give this rigths... take a look into the "Secirity" Tab of the Directory (and the files).

mo


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garetjax
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While I appreciate a response...I had already found the solution as I stated.

My Implementation is taking some time...as I am converting the yaf.net -> forum -> to bootstrap for UI and adding control code for a custom membership provider; as well as an automatic handler for registration. I want to have my users from 'parent' -> 'registered' -> 'forum' without them having to use the registration component on either side. Though, I have a question...does YAF support MD5/HASH - if so, which?
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