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Steps to Repairing a Login Error 403 on Your Computer


What Is a Windows Login Error 403?

If you’re attempting to log in to a web server but for some reason your access is denied, you may get a Login Error 403. This might also occur when attempting to update a Windows server and access is forbidden or denied. The error might read something like: Error 403: Forbidden, or 403: Forbidden Access is Denied.


What Causes a Windows Login Error 403?

A Login Error 403 might occur if you have not been granted admin rights to a web server or program. This error could also occur if a new version or update of a server has been performed, but you were not granted administrative rights with the update. When attempting to install a Windows server update, firewall software could prevent the installation from completing and the Login Error 403 to occur, or it could be that Windows Update might have a damaged component on your computer.


How to Fix a Windows Login Error 403

There are couple options to fixing a Login Error 403, depending on the root cause. If you’re receiving the error when trying to log in to a server that someone else grants you rights to, try Solution #1. If you’re receiving the error when you’re attempting a Windows server update, try Solution #2 and Solution #3.


Solution 1: Request Administrative Rights.

  1. Contact your server host or administrator.
  2. Explain the error and request that your admin settings be enabled so you can access the server and log-in.


Solution 2: Temporarily Disable Your Firewall.


  1. Disable your firewall.
  2. Try installing the Windows server update.
  3. Once installation is complete, turn the Firewall back on.
  4. Restart your computer.


Solution 3: Reset Components for Windows Update


  1. Go to Microsoft Support page:
  2. Click on the Fix it For Me tab.
  3. Read the information provided within the Fix it For Me tab.
  4. Click on the Fix it button.
  5. Click Run when the File Download box appears.
  6. Click Run when prompted to run the software.
  7. Follow the prompts to complete the installation and run process.
  8. Run the program in Default mode. Note: if the Default mode doesn’t fix the problem the first time around, run the Fix it program again in Aggressive mode a second time.
  9. Try updating the Windows server again.
  10. Confirm that the Login Error 403 has been resolved.


One of these solutions should resolve a Login Error 403 to allow you to access the server for which you were being denied. Good luck, and please let me know if I can be of further assistance!

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