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Default strange problem with ASP


I am quite new to ASP pages. I know VB and VBA pretty good but thats about it.

I pasted some code below because I can't figure out the problem. I try to see this basic page and I get a 'Too many users are connected to Internet Information Services'.

There is no one on that box but me right now. I am running IIS 5.1, so I'm not sure what version of ASP it supports. Can someone clarify?

Also, what can cause this problem I am experiencing?

Thank you,

<%@ LANGUAGE="vbscript" %>

strSQL = ""
'Create the object
Set metricsDB = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
strSQL = "SELECT [Issue ID] FROM QPTActions"
'Open the connection
metricsDB.Open "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\metrics\MergedActions.md b"
'Close recordset

'Close the connection



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