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access denied for methods of a mts-object

access denied for methods of a mts-object

access denied for methods of a mts-object

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Hi,

I have implemented a COM+ object in VC++ 6.0. When exporting it from MTS and installing it (application proxy) on a computer in the same domain everything is OK. But when I install it on a computer in the same network, not belonging to the same domain, I can access it from an asp-page, but not from a C++ program. I can create an instance, but when I try to call the methods I get "Access denied". On the server computer I can see that an object is created (increasing number of objects in component services), but as I said, I can't use the methods. I think it's strange that it is OK from the asp-page but not from C++? The server has 2000 Server, the client has 2000 professional.

Thanks in advance for your help!

RE: access denied for methods of a mts-object

Maybe your ASP and C++ program run using different domain acconut. Disable the component service's sacurity checking and try it again.

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