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Old April 6th, 2004, 07:36 PM
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Default JET DB Engine Disk or network error

I'm getting the following error when submitting a form to an access DB on my testing server.

Disk or network error
Microsoft JET Database Engine (0x80004005)

I'm running IIS 5.0 and have the virtual directory setup over a network share. I can access all of the other pages, but just get the above error when submitting the form.

I read some information about the problem being caused by a system environment variable. I found the following Microsoft article on the error mentioned above:


I have the following system variables defined:

For the c:\WINNT\TEMP folder, I added the IUSR_myservername account and set the appropriate permissions. It showed once the account was added as Internet Guest Account.

I tried to submit the form to the access DB again and still received the same error. I'm at a loss of what I need to do to correct this error.

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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Have you resolved this issue? I'm experiencing similar problems. Restarting the WWW service seems to usually resolve the problem. Do you have any suggestions?


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Sometimes these errors are vague. Make sure the database has Everyone with Read & Execute and Read security access. You might be denied write permissions to it if access hasn't been granted. This might be causing your errors.

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