We've just started trialing Veeam ONE update1 for monitoring our backup and virtual Hyper-V infrastructure. The Monitor seems to be working well, but we seem to be having some trouble with Reporter and Business View websites.
We want to be able to define DOMAIN\groups as members of the local Veeam ONE security groups to delegate access.
When I try to log in using one of the user accounts that I want to have "Veeam ONE Administrators" access, I select "Use windows session credentials". and then it prompts me again for "Windows Security" credentials - like it is trying to access the folder directory and failing. Entering in the current user domain credentials fails and it just keeps prompting.
However, if I use the service account DOMAIN\serviceaccount when prompted by The Veeam ONE Reporter login - it logs in without a problem.
Because of this, I suspected it was an issue with the IIS site configuration, so I checked the authentication feature of the Reporter site in IIS. I was presented with this error message:
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There was an error while performing this operation.
Filename: \\?\C:\Program Files\Veeam\Veeam ONE\Veeam ONE Reporter Web\web.config
Line number: 1
Error: Configuration section encryption is not supported
This makes me think it has something to do with ASP.NET impersonation, as the error occurs whenever I attempt to enable that type of authentication.
I've tried to research the issue, but it doesn't seem that this is a common issue.
The same problem exists for our Business View website.
Can anyone check what their authentication settings are set to, or maybe provide a clean web.config form their reporter site?
Any suggestions would be great.