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Default Server Object error 'ASP 0177 : 800401f3'

Can any one help?

I am running a windows 2003 web server edition, and have installed the SOAP Toolkit.

When I attempt to instantiate a SOAP Client, I get the following error.

Server object error 'ASP 0177 : 800401f3'
Server.CreateObject Failed

The same code works fine on Windows 2000 Server and Professional editions.

Is there any special settings that need to be done in IIS 6.0 (Windows 2003) for my code to work? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You.
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check out Google (http://www.google.com/search?sourcei...ject+failed%22)
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I am having this same problem. I am not using Soap but same scenario basically I moved application to a Win 2003 server with IIS from a Win 2000 machine and now I get the same error when trying to update info on a page. Is there some setting that needs to be changed in IIS or 2003? The google link did not help much :(
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Did anyone find a solution to this?
i've hit the exact same problem....


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I am having a similar issue! Has anyone solved this issue?!

From: robbmichel@hotmail.com (Robert M.)

Server object error 'ASP 0177 : 800401f3' - NFUSE 1.51 English
installed on Windows 2003 webserver - /applist_nfuse.asp, line 2



applist.asp will not appear when I use the website wizard to install
Citrix NFuse English Version 1.51. I have installed the Citrix website
on many test boxes in the past, one difference is that this is a
Windows Server 2003 OS.

When using the default Citrix website that NFUSE installs I receive
the following error:
"Server object error 'ASP 0177 : 800401f3'

Server.CreateObject Failed

/applist_nfuse.asp, line 2

800401f3 "

This is installed on a Windows 2003 server.

The object that I think it may be failing on is "Set app =
Server.CreateObject("com.citrix.nfuse.App") "

What can I do/check to allow this object to be created?

I have the MDAC installed, the MS JVM, the new MS J# controls, and the
Java runtime enviroment from SUN.


Thank you - Robb
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I am having the exact same problem with my Windows Server 2003 box, however problem is not evident with IIS 5.0.

ANY help on this matter would be SO GREATLY appreciated.

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Check the Citrix website. Try to look for items about deleting registry keys. What ended up fixing the issue was totally uninstalling the previous versions of NFUSE, and then reinstalling the most recent version.

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I am getting that error message from another application that is entirely made of ASP, and runs through IIS 6.0 uses a SQL backend. It have the problem with Server 2003, but I didn't notice it with Server 2000

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Yes everything works great on Win2k2AS w/ EA, there is an additional problem with IIS6.0 in that the gif's via aspx through blob data on SQL background do not display correctly, and also the ASP files do not run automatically unless show friendly http error messages in IIS is turned off, when turned on no error asp 0177:800401f3 it does not appear to be a authorization problem, yet have not been able to induce a difference in symptoms, I think the the reference file is not sitting in the same directory but this will take a bit of time to debug.

If anyone has a work around I am willing to try it rather then rewrite for the hundreth time.
Thanks Martin

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Can someone post some relavant code to understand what is actually being tried? As no one has shown any code that cause this error, it is hard to suggest.

There should be some addition info displayed along with this error, that would help in troubleshooting this. But I dont see anyone post that info here. So the it is difficult to identify the cause. all that I could search from MS site is - Err Msg: Server Object Error ASP 0177 : 800401f3

This may not be relavant to your code. So how about showing some code on that?

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