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"Requested resource in use"  error opening a web based application

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Running a web based application on a Windows 2000 server when a user tries to connect a page opens in the browser that displays the text "Requested resource is in use". This problem developed after rebooting the server and continues after multiple reboots. I noticed in the application log in event viewer shows active server pages stopped and started keep cycling. This error also occurs when trying to access it from the machine hosting it.
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Hope this helps,

Daniel F.
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