Last post Jan 25, 2010 01:00 AM by anilcjohn
Dec 04, 2007 09:38 PM|thedenversun|LINK
I am sure many of you have seen a derivative of this message:
Based on the postings and Googling I have done, this is a permissions problem. Before I go any further, here is the config of my host:
Windows 2003 Server Web Edition
The code I am trying to get to is not local but it is located at an UNC share (the asp.net code is on a NAS unit).
Under the assumption this is a permisssions issue, I have run the suggested "aspnet_regiis -ir" but it makes no difference, even after iisreset and reboot. I have even uninstalled and reinstalled, no dice.
I do have asp.net running on other servers in the same environment but I just can't get this one to run. In my asp.net 1.1 config interface I did an an entry for my NAs unit here: Runtime Security Policy\machine\code groups\All_Code.
This new code group is a "Full Trust" and points to a URL in this format: "file://unc"
Here is another the weird thing.... I couldn't get this to run. I was poking around in the framework in c:\windows. I opened a file, made absolutely no changes, closed it and magic, I was able to run my asp.net code! Then I went to
lunch, came back, and its not working again. Rage then came and smashing my mouse seemed in order. So, I am now down a mouse and my .net code is still not running.
Can anyone sympathize and help me?
(Yes, the web site is configured for asp.net 1.1 and other elementary stuff I have checked 22,000 times)
Thanks in advance.
Dec 05, 2007 04:55 AM|anas|LINK
it happened to me before ,
you have to run aspnet_regiis.exe -i in the installation directory of the .net 1.1
go to command line and go to the bove directory then run aspnet_regiis -i .
Dec 05, 2007 07:31 AM|thedenversun|LINK
Thanks man, you rock! worked!
Jan 09, 2009 12:41 PM|kipper101|LINK
Worked for me too!
Jan 25, 2010 01:00 AM|anilcjohn|LINK
thanks mate. it worked for me as well.