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Old December 11th, 2003, 02:23 AM
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Default The class is configured to run as a security ID di

I have a 3 Tier Buisness application which runs well using a Windows 98 as a server or a Windows 200 server or a windows 2003 server but if i install the 1st tier (The database access tier)on an XP home or pro server & try to run it i get this message (see subject line) The application uses COM I have set up the com settings as per WROX Visual Basic 6 Buisness Objects p510 ie on the identity tab setup to this user and enter the administrator user & password these settings work well with windows 2000 & 2003 server But if i set these up with XP i get the abobe error message

I have checked out the microsoft knowledgebase Article 228487 but all is OK and anyway i am not in the Visual Basic IDE

Can anyoune help me please to find a solution


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This is an old post, but for anyone else who has this problem, I fixed mine on XP SP2.

I have a VB project group, in which one of the ActiveX DLLs was lodged in a COM+ component. The COM+ component was running under a different user account than my logged in user account. If I either deleted the COM+ component, or used my log in account for the identity of the COM+ component, it worked.

I don't think there is a way to run in the IDE with mismatched COM+ identities and login identities.

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Default Same problem just started occuring

I have just started experiencing this problem.

Every .vbg project on my system is now giving this error.

A normal .vbp runs fine. Just not Groups. Even if I create a new one.

The only thing I can think of is that I installed a new hard drive and transferred the system across. But surly this wouldn't do it ?

I have reinstalled VB but no go.

I have checked Microsoft but I can't find anything there.

Appreciate any help .. Thanks
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