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I'm getting an error when running ThePhile on my local XP machine. The file comes from the Poll classes:

File or assembly name xrtceeqh.dll, or one of its dependencies, was not found.

If I hit refresh, the dll name changes each time. I built the solution with VS.net before running it. Anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
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Hi,

I'm having exactly the same problem! Did you manage to figure out what was going on?
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I am also having the same problem. I am running .net 1.1 on XP Pro.

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Guys, you're gonna love me...I've found the fix. What you need to do is find the machine.config file - do a search in your Windows directory. Look for the line which starts:

<processModel enable="true" timeout="Infinite" idleTimeout="Infinite"...

Find the username="machine" attribute and change it to username="SYSTEM". This forces the ASP.NET process to use the system account with higher security settings. You may have to review this, but it's certainly the quickest way to get it done. (Cue maniacal laughter...ha ha ha ha - and soon I will take over the .NET programming world.)

Oh, and don't forget to reboot your machine.

Enjoy :D
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Hey PaulVipond, I'm sorry to burst your bubble, but to "take over the .NET programming world" you need a little bit more than "finding" a fix that's spelled out in detail in the index.htm file that comes with the code download:
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7. Open Machine.Config (by default in C:\WINNT\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.0.3705\CONFIG) in a text editor, find the <processModel> section, and set the userName attribute to "SYSTEM". This is required to enable event logging in ASP.NET Applications -- which we use in our custom error handling.

8. Reboot the computer. This will enable the change to Machine.Config to take effect
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Better luck next time....

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You can also check the App Pool in iis6 to make sure it uses the local system as well!

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I hope you don't plan on deploying your applications this way. This is a huge security risk, as I recently explained in another posting here.

Hmmm...let me give admin privs to every person who visits my site. Why not?

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