What does code 401 mean?
The HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) 401 Unauthorized client error status response code indicates that the client request has not been completed because it lacks valid authentication credentials for the requested resource.
How do I fix code 401?
There are seven methods you can use to fix the 401 Error:
- Check the URL.
- Clean your firewall and browser cache.
- Log out and log in again.
- Disable your plugins or theme.
- Flush your DNS records.
- Reload the page.
- Check with your hosting provider.
What does 401 Forbidden mean?
The 401 (Unauthorized) status code indicates that the request has not been applied because it lacks valid authentication credentials for the target resource.
How does JMeter handle 401 unauthorized error?
As the response code is 401, JMeter might take it as a service access error. To avoid that please check Ignore Status checkbox so that the 401 Code won’t raise an error (as it is an expected result). Add a pattern with Add button and enter 401 (unauthorized), to verify that the response code equals 401.
What is 401 Authorisation required?
Sometimes, instead of “401 Unauthorized” you could also get the message “401 Authorization Required.” Both basically mean that you don’t have permission for the requested website and must log in first. If the webserver runs with Microsoft IIS, even more specific status codes are often displayed: 401.1: Login failed.
How does JMeter handle Windows authentication?
Just follow the steps from How to use HTTP Basic Authentication in JMeter guide and additionally provide a relevant domain to the “Domain” input. Given the following domain structure: The HTTP Authorization Manager needs to be populated as follows: Username: must match “User logon name” for Windows Domain.
What is a 500 error on Google?
The error code 500 is a general response from the server that something has gone wrong. The problem could have happened when the server requested resources, or it could be an issue with outdated or corrupted cache and cookies.