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Default problem with CreateObject

Does anybody know why the second statement below hangs the call to the server. I am running Win2000 , SP4, IIS on a local machine. I recently had to re-install IIS. The code use to work.

 Set TypeLib = Server.CreateObject("Scriptlet.TypeLib")
 TempGUID = TypeLib.Guid
 Response.Write TempGUID & Chr(13) & Chr(10)
 Set TypeLib = Nothing

 Thank you
 Jim G


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