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Access Denied when creating DCOM object on W2K

Access Denied when creating DCOM object on W2K

Access Denied when creating DCOM object on W2K

I have created a server application in COM+ to run under a specific Domain userID on an W2K applicationserver. I've then installed a very basic VB component into the package that returns a string value.

I then export the package as a proxy client and install the MRSI package on a W2K webserver.

However when I then try to create the object I get the below error. I'm told by my server team that the specific domain userID has all the neccessary permissions on both servers !

Does anyone have any idea why Im getting this problem ?

Server object error 'ASP 0178 : 80070005'

Server.CreateObject Access Error

/dcom.asp, line 16

The call to Server.CreateObject failed while checking permissions. Access is denied to this object.

As a test I registered the dll using regsvr32 directly on the web server and I experienced no problems, so it must have something to do with the DCOM COM+ bits.


RE: Access Denied when creating DCOM object on W2K

Just to confirm I'm trying to create the object from an ASP page like this and this is the line I get the error on.

set objServer = Server.CreateObject("dcomServer.ctest")

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