The following error message is generated when attempting to preview an ASP web page with Frontpage 2002 under Windows XP Professional.
Server object error 'ASP 0177 : 8007007e'
.asp, line 111
The ASP command triggering the error is the "Scripting.FileSystemObjec
t" in a command such as this:
set fs = Server.CreateObject("Scrip
set fm = fs.GetFile(Server.MapPath(
The error only happens on my XP computer, the code works fine on the host server this code is published to.
I've been to a lot of places attempting to fix this and the one thing I'm "rather" sure it is NOT is Norton AntiVirus script blocking -- This computer came pre-installed with NAV 2002, but I've uninstalled it, ran RNAV, manually removed all possible references to script blocking (see http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/nav.nsf/docid/2001083014161306
for full details) and now I'm running NAV corporate edition version 7.6 which does NOT have script blocking (yes, i've also tried removing NAVCE 7.6, but still get the error.) I've also completed a registry search for "scriptblocking" and have disabled (renamed) what I could to their default settings.
I'm the only user on this XP computer and therefore also have Administrator rights to the system. Through all of my searches I've came across this ASP code:
: " & _
Which displays: LOGON_USER: PC822\Bruce Lang
According to this MS knowledge base article Q175804 (http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q175804
So, the directory and file permissions should be using me and not the anonymous "IUSR_PC822" correct?
I've also attempted to change the IIS authentication method under "Control Panel | Administrative Tools | Internet Information Services" navigate to "Default Web Site" and/or down to the actual web site name - Do a right-click on the item you've navigated to and select Properties / Directory Security / Edit - And selected "Anonymous access" and entered my name (i.e. "Bruce Lang") and my password (also tried having "Allow IIS to control password" selected with my name)
Now what? I'm afraid to remove and reinstall IIS for these possible problems: 1) Getting rid of my web sites 2) Loosing preferences 3) XP "thinking" all IIS "Windows update"'s are applied if it's reinstalled 4) Who knows...
Thank you very much - Happy hunting