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  1. Re: Error -2147467259 (0x80004005) with dots in query string

    Yeah, I'm trying to remember.
    I haven't touched this code in years so I'm trying to figure out how I did this.
    Here's what M$ has to say about that:
  2. Re: Error -2147467259 (0x80004005) with dots in query string

    No problem.
    I appreciate the direction. It's easy enough to read your code and figure out what you're doing.

    Correct, it turned my virtual directories (/Folder/Folder2/File.txt) into absolute...
  3. Re: Error -2147467259 (0x80004005) with dots in query string

    Ah I see, thank you for the insight.
    Your sytax is a little off.
    You have to use the replace function like this:


    Replace(strListDirPath, ".","_")

    However, it doesn't work as it breaks...
  4. Re: Error -2147467259 (0x80004005) with dots in query string

    I don't understand.
    Can you show an example?
    This is from a directory listings program so I'm not sure how I would accomplish that.
  5. Re: Error -2147467259 (0x80004005) with dots in query string

    Well, the directory being passed has three dots in the name so I think ASP or IIS is stopping it because it suspects a directory traversal attack. With ".." meaning previous directory after all. I...
  6. Error -2147467259 (0x80004005) with dots in query string

    I have some VBScript that passes directory names via a querystring in the browser. This works great except if the folder has dots in the name. Specifically, this folder has three dots in the middle...
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