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Old July 7th, 2003, 06:30 AM
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Hi,

I've been working with MS Index Server to index a web server. I am using Microsoft's default code (c:\winnt\help\ciquery.htm) as a guide to getting my own search page working. Unforunately, although I have pointed the page to the correct webserver and indexing catalogue, when I conduct a search a VBScript dialogue pops up with "Access Denied" and then some text appears in the page "Error 80070005 - Access Denied".

After hunting around on the internet, I've found similar problems with remedies telling me to set the permissions for the IUSR_<machinename> to have access to a certain .DLL file (c:\winnt\system32\msvbvm60.dll). Now, I've tried this, even to the extent of allowing "Everyone" full control, on both the 50 and 60 versions of this DLL.

Yet the problem still remains! Does anyone have a solution to this?

Cheers,

Mike.
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I don't suppose anyone has any ideas how to solve this? I've been struggling for days with this problem!!

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Hi Mike;

  Was this issue resolved !?

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Hi there,

I am also suffering from the same error. Can anybody help me?

Thank you
funbun_007

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I'm having the same problem. Did anyone ever get it resolved??

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Did anyone every find a solution to this??? I am getting the same error.

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I have the same problem and have tried anything. Anybody ever find a fix? Would appreciate a solution greatly.
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Also described on the internet causing this error-message is that access to the folder involved is not permitted! Could that be the problem ?
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Maybe this page..
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=165340
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I have the same problem on Windows 2003 server.

error message is:
Server object error 'ASP 0178 : 80070005'
Server.CreateObject Access Error

The call to Server.CreateObject failed while checking permissions. Access is denied to this object.

I have tryed everything..givin user rights to dll:s etc but nothing helps.






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