Here is my situation. Everything was working fine with both IE and Netscape. Then I completed some code that uploads a file to the server. In order to complete this, I had to change the Web Sharing permissions of the folder in order for the Upload to successfully complete. I added an Alias for the folder name is exactly what I did.
I tested this Web Sharing permissions change in IE and everything works perfect. But now when I open Netscape, I get the below popup asking for a username and password.
The problem is now I can not access any page through the localhost using Netscape. If I go back and remove the Web Sharing permission (remove the Alias is exactly what I do), Netscape works again but then my file upload process fails because it does not have permission to write to the folder.
This is very annoying and there should be a way to get around this with flipping the Web Permission back and forth. Does anyone have any ideas on how I can correct this for Netscape?
I have already enabled anonymous access. Also, I am not accessing the site from another PC. I have IE6 and Netscape7.2 installed on the same PC. I just like testing the pages I develop in multiple browsers.