ClassFactory cannot supply requested class

We have written a COM component to access a database from an ASP web page.

we are accessing the component on an "application server" via DCOM using a proxy stub dll on the "web server"

This work fine when the web server is NT 4.x.

When we replace the web server with a windows 2000 server and perform exactly the same set-up the web page returns the error

Exception
006~ASP 0177~Server.CreateObject Failed~ClassFactory cannot supply requested class

OLEView run on the web server can create the remote object successfully.

Do we need to do anything different for 2000?
Or is it a problem with our COM component?
BrianHuntAsked:
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BrianHuntAuthor Commented:
Nothing to do with Msolap80.dll......
It's not even on the server.
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jkrCommented:
Well, any other incompatibilities regarding DLLs?
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BrianHuntAuthor Commented:
Not that we know to, but this is Microsoft!!!
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job_sCommented:
May be due to some security issues.
Please check the securities and permissions on IIS.
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