With this latest release of ASP, however,ASP files that do not contain server-side functionality are now processed more quickly than ever before. Ah! If the original asp application does not use a virtual directory, then your local copy shouldn't either. ASP) and allowed for script execution. http://seesbg.com/asp-pages/asp-pages-not-working-in-iis-6-0.html
I did try to unregister and re-register asp.dll and succeeded, but still no luck on IIS. So, I found a friend who had a disk and went and got it. Type cd \wwwroot\adminscripts 3. May 30 '06 #11 P: n/a Bob Barrows [MVP] Bob Barrows [MVP] wrote: Mike Brind wrote: Is there any other known reason out there for an 0x80004005 error with no message this contact form
IISRESET I can run ASP finally! This behavior is the same with IE 6 and FireFox (latest version). To give you an idea of how little I know about this stuff I had to Google how to check the event log. Thanks for dropping by and sharing your expertise.
In IIS 5.1, ASP applies the credentials of the physical path when processing include files. The full response is: "-2147467259 (0x80004005)" - no ASP error number, no nothing. Like the server isn't even running. navigate to these guys The metabase properties allow for global.asa files that need different code pages than the system default.
Regards, Assaf In IIS, go to the properties for the web site directory you are trying to access (probably default) and try setting the application protection to Low. Don't know why it needs ASP.NET application check box but it works! Help!!! If there is any relevant information that I have left out please let me know.
Did I cheat? https://bytes.com/topic/asp-classic/answers/496142-iis-5-1-xp-pro-cannot-serve-asp-classic So in Visual developer 2008 to run on IIS server(If IIS server is installed), Need do the following:New Website -> Under Locations Click on "Browse" -> Click on "Local IIS" and Reply qword 44 Posts Re: Run Classic ASP & ASP.Net pages on IIS 5.1 running on XP Media Center Edition Sep 26, 2007 11:12 PM|qword|LINK mshearhartIIS This is what I discovered Regards, Assaf May 30 '06 #1 Post Reply Share this Question 12 Replies P: n/a Anton Pegan Hi, Try following steps: 1.
Same for Default Web Site. I installed Visual Studio 6 SP6 and Visual Studio .Net (I need both of them). This reduces the constant switching that occurs when too many nonblocking requests are executing simultaneously. http://seesbg.com/asp-pages/asp-pages-not-working-in-iis-6.html I don't believe that the Mcafee applications are causing this problem, but I thought it might be important to mention in case anyone knows of an existing conflict.
Here is KB article on how to debug ISAPI extensions (ASP is just an IIS extension). Thread Tools Display Modes
That is, I copy the ASPX page to the wwwroot of Machine B and use a browser. If you get stuck you can get support by emailing [email protected] If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Regards, Assaf May 30 '06 #7 P: n/a Mike Brind spinkysam wrote: Hi all, Anton - thanks for your suggestions. As a guest, you can read any forum posting.
Its a shame, I like to have a secure computer. I get the same behavior if I try to access the page by typing in the URL. Fired up the app in another browser (i.e. navigate here Thanks in advance for any help, Graham Nov 14, 2008,10:42 #2 DaveMaxwell View Profile View Forum Posts Just Blow It Join Date Nov 1999 Location Mechanicsburg, PA Posts 7,294 Mentioned 123
I am not sure if the web.config file would do any good for .asp pages, I think it is only for asp.net. See if that does the trick. -- Mike Brind May 30 '06 #8 P: n/a spinkysam Hi Mike, Amazing, that did the trick! I gave IUSR_computername full permissions to the wwwroot directory: no luck. Though I'm not sure why .Net should enter the picture.
Regards, Anton Pegan "spinkysam"
But on step two I get an alert box with this: Error loading wamreg.dll The specified module could not be found. May 30 '06 #12 P: n/a Mike Brind Bob Barrows [MVP] wrote: Bob Barrows [MVP] wrote: Mike Brind wrote: Is there any other known reason out there for an 0x80004005 error Not sure where to go from here. Browse other questions tagged iis asp-classic isapi-extension or ask your own question.
How do you simplify a log with an exponent in the base? Now you can turn your business logic script procedures into reusable Component Object Model (COM) components that you can use in your Web applications, as well as in other COM-compliant programs. For example, you could add a rule to trace HTTP 500 errors automatically, which the ASP engine generates when an error occurs.