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Old July 22nd, 2003, 03:05 AM
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        I am shine from India, my problem is when Iam saving an XML file using ASP an error turns up showing 'Access Denied'.Why this?
Plz help me.Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.Thanx in advance.


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I expect that the user under which you are running your ASP page (probably IUSR_machineName) does not have write access to the folder in which you are trying to save your XML file. That's the first thing that I would look at.

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