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Old June 18th, 2003, 10:51 PM
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Hi tworkman - I was just about to suggest what you did, removing a module at a time and seeing if the error "propagates," exposing some commonality. If you haven't already, you could try to raise the privilege level at which ASP.NET operates on your machine. This actually solved my initial problems, which were similar to yours (something about application error, security violations and somesuch), but not the exact same "access denied" error.

I don't want to bore you with details if you've tried this already; if you haven't, just give a shout back to this board, and I'll reply. Hang on... there might even be another post here already addressing this.


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