IIS 7.5 - Setting up a Virtual Directory for a file share on another domain

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I have a Windows 2008 R2 server running IIS 7.5. I'd like to set up a virtual directory for my website to allow the download of video files from a file share on a server in another domain. I have a domain username and password that allows me to access this file share. However, when I try to setup the virtual directory in IIS I get the following error message:

HTTP Error 500.19 - Internal Server Error

The requested page cannot be accessed because the related configuration data for the     page is invalid.

Module: IIS Web Core
Notification: BeginRequest
Handler: Not yet determined
Error Code: 0x8007052e
Config Error: Cannot read configuration file 
Config File: \\?\UNC\z27ar1cfvs004.abc.se\video$\web.config
Requested URL: http://localhost:8080/Video
Physical Path: \\z27ar1cfvs004.abc.se\video$
Logon Method: Not yet determined
Logon User: Not yet determined

Weirdly, I can hit Explore on my virtual directory and IIS will launch Explorer showing me the files.

For my site's authentication settings I have Basic and Windows authentication settings enabled.

Here are the things I've tried unsuccessfully:

  • Changing the Connect As... user for the site to use the domain user credentials
  • Changing the Connect As... user for the virtual directory to use the domain user credentials
  • Changing the Application Pool identity for the website to use the domain user account credentials
  • Creating a local user account on the IIS server with the same username/password as on the domain server, and trying all 3 steps above again but only specifying the username rather than domain\username
  • Changing the Managed Pipeline Mode: neither Integrated nor Classic makes any difference

I've Googled until my eyes have gone blurry and spent hours trying many recommended suggestions but all to no avail.

How can I solve this problem?

asp.net
authentication
cross-domain
iis-7.5
virtual-directory
asked on Stack Overflow Sep 12, 2013 by markiemooster

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