I had the same problem and solved it with registering .net for IIS and manage my firewall.
dos-box (running as administrator - xxxx ist the version of .net respectively the name of the folder):
open needed ports 443 and 4747
If not nessessary try to deactivate the windows firewall (if you have another, central firewall)
Another proposal is to check if you've activated SSL and TLS in your internet options (if you're using https).
Best regards and ... keep on qliking ...
I have the same problem.
It appears to be an authentication problem.
I made the changes shown in the figure in IIS and the file C: \Program Files \ QlikView \ Web
If I try to get application directly with the direct URL, but I get the error "failed to authenticate"
using the local user administrator.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance.
I just love it when people start to hack the ASP pages. You should NEVER have to edit the web pages installed by QlikView to get your side to work. If you have installed all your roles correctly QlikView should work. However, there are time when your base OS has issues that will stop things from working normal.
There are a couple of things that will cause this "Loading Content" . The first thing to check is to make sure that the QlikView IIS application pool is set for .net V4. If not, set it and try again. If that doesn't work then run this command
C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\aspnet_regiis.exe -i and go back check step one. What happens here is that the framework was installed before IIS was. This command will install the framework components for IIS. This should get you going.
Again, you should Never have to edit the QlikView pages.