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Default ActiveX component can't create object

Hi,

Can someone please help me with this problem?
I have a DLL ("Library1") that has the following references:
 Acrobat 7.0 TypeLib
 MODI
 ADO 2.6
 MS Scripting Runtime

I also have created another DLL ("Library2") that references Library1.
I tested Library2 on a Standard EXE Project and it went pretty well. However, this DLL is not intended to be run in an Standard Exe Project, but rather, in an ASP intranet application.

My problem is:
When I included this DLL in my ASP project, it has the following error:
ActiveX component can't create object
I tracked down the the error and it pointed to this line:
Set pdfDoc = New Acrobat.AcroPDDoc

Thinks I already did:
Added accounts: IIS_WPG, IUSR_PH-DC1, NETWORK SERVICE
and allowed all permissions on the following folders:
 component services (my computer)
 folder where Library1 and 2 are residing
 folder where Library1 references reside

I'm stumped. Any help is greatly appreciated..

-lameneural
 


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