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  1. #1
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    run application on network

    Hi all

    I hav created an application on my machine
    how can i run it from other machine connected locally to my machine?

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    Depends....What kind of app is it - browser based or fat client; does it run on the server or the desktop; what kind of network;....
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    Althogh it is browser based and it run on desktop,n network simple LAN
    can u giv me in all situation

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    when I am trying there is error
    You are not Authorised to view this

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    Sounds like a 401 or 403 error, ie you need to login to the server or be authenticated first.
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    There is no server involved THe both are client machines

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    Is one acting as a web server or are you trying to access the app using the file system? Regardless, the error means that you don't have the necessary access.
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    1) does the machine that serves the pages has port 80 open?
    2) does IIS at the machine that serves the pages allows anonymous user?
    3) does the web application setup for "trusted" authentication where your client machine is outside of the domain?

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    Is one machine running windows XP SP2 and the other not. I've had that problem before, never figured it out.

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