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I am receiving this error while trying to run a crystal report. Has anyone seen this before?

THe data connection appears to work correctly but when running the aspx file this comes up


Access to the path "C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET\\Crystal Reports\\Viewers\\dynamic_images" is denied
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Has the account running asp.net got read permission on this folder? It's usually ASPNET.

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Hi,
Did you fix this problem? I have the same problem now. Please tell me the solution.

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 I am receiving this error while trying to run a crystal report. Has anyone seen this before?

THe data connection appears to work correctly but when running the aspx file this comes up


Access to the path "C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET\\Crystal Reports\\Viewers\\dynamic_images" is denied
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I've solved the problem, a registry key is missing you need to create key

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic e
s\W3SVC\Parameters\Virtual Roots
- Value name = /CrystalReportWebFormViewer
- Value Data = c:\program files\Microsoft Visual
Studio .Net\Crystal Reports\Viewers\,,201

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I have the same problem and error message to load a crystal report to a web page. Where do you put the code to register the key?

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I had a long frustrating time trying to solve this issue. What finally helped me was a tip from Crystal report web site. I am sure it will work
Work around for the "Access Denied" error
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1. Ensure the reports dynamic images are written to the proper virtual directory.
2. In Microsoft's Internet Information Server Manager (IIS) 6, locate the 'Application Pool' folder that references your ASP application.
3. Right-click the 'Application Pool' folder and select 'Properties'.
4. In the 'Properties' window select the 'Identity' tab.
5. In the 'Identity' tab Drop-down list box, select the 'Local System' account. Click the 'OK' button and close the 'Properties' window.
6. Restart the IIS server.
7. To restart the IIS server, right-click the ASP application's 'Application Pool' folder. Click the 'Stop' button. Click the 'Start' button.

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Mr.rajive thanx for the solution


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Hi Rajeev,
I have same issue. i am using IIS 5.1. But I am not able to find IIS Manager. Do i have to explore Control pannel. Please let me know how to reach "Application Folder".

I am in urgent need. Thanks a lot in anticipation.

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