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HTTP/1.0 Invalid Application Name

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I received this response when running an asp which works well on another server.

HTTP/1.0 Invalid Application Name

Is this a server configuration problem?
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Question by:rafistern
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by:shez
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i think the server simply did'nt find the asp file.
check your links and paths.
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If you attempt to access Active Server Pages(ASP) files located in subdirectories under a virtual root, which have restricted access permissions, the server may return the following error:
 
   HTTP/1.0 Invalid Application Name
This message is caused by a problem in Active Server Page's handling of Access Control Lists (ACLs).

To resolve this problem, either allow FULL CONTROL to the directory encountering the problem or apply the patch available for Active Server Pages; u can get that from the Microsoft site.
 

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