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hi guys..
i have made a dll in vb, but for the while it is not compiled.
I am calling it in ASP, but it shows insufficient rights error.
I checked out the error, and i came to know that it's caused due to rights in msvbvm60.dll. I am using 2000 server. But can't seem to rectifiy the bug.
Please help.

Thanks.
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You may want to run this component to run in component services.  Go to component services in Win2000 server and follow the prompts for setting up a new component.  You can set up a specific user to use the component, such as and Internet user.  This should eliminate some problems.
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Please maintain your other open questions.
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Hi shams1979,
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