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Crystal cpeaut32 error UNKNOWN.RPT

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I get the following error every time when trying to view a report using ASP on Win2k Server.  All the Crystal example ASP reports run fine.  My reports are using a comma delimeted text file for their data.  

These all run fine on NT 4, but I've moved them to Windows 2000 and now I get this:

cpeaut32 (0x800A5040)
Error in File UNKNOWN.RPT: Access to report file denied. Another program may be using it.
/reports/Main.asp, line 89

I'm using Crystal Reports 8.0.  I can open the report and refresh the data with no trouble.  I just can't get them to open via ASP.

Help me!!!
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by:kzbera
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first of all register the cpeaut32.dll in 2000 machine using regsvr32\..\..\..

second option: visit this site for idea
http://community.crystaldecisions.net/library/kbase/articles/c2006178.asp 

best of luck
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by:sgildner
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Crytal Reports is installed and running on the Win2k box.  The sample reports run fine therefore cpeaut32.dll is registered.
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