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    (ASP) Permission denied all of the sudden

    It is too early in the morning to be having these problems

    I have an app that processes files then moves them from one directory to then next then creates a different file with the first letter changed to "z" so that i know it is done. I am now getting this error
    on this line
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    Set a = objFS.CreateTextFile("D:\inetpub\wwwroot\lxr\AutoRes\import\" & strFilePath2, True)
    The only thing I think that may have changed is I installed MS Security toolkit... maybe it changed some security settings??? :***:

    (cross posted @ http://www.galahtech.com/forums/edit...t&postid=11940)
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    k, I'm pretty sure it has to do with IISLOCKDown that was installed with the MS Security Toolkit... now how do I tell it that it is ok for me to write this file?
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    Got it!!!
    I just re-ran the .exe for the lockdown and basicly un installed it...
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    Yes, I think IISLockdown sets all web folders to be read-only by the web user account. Find the file you want to write to, and edit permissions to give the account you're running the web app as write access. Or give Everyone full control if you don't care about security.
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