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Default Testing the ASP page on the IIS server

Hi, I am new to ASP and after reading the first 15 chapters of Beginning ASP 3.0 I am now trying to run the first example on the punctual.asp. However, I get the error code HTTP Error 403.1 - Forbidden: Execute access is denied even though the adin guy gave me executable and script only permissions. I am using our company IIS server with my personal folder to test. Any guidance is welcome.


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