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Hi,

My Windows 2003 Enterprise Server's File System Object (FSO) was working fine previously. Just now I got an error while running an application which includes file uploadings. When I tried to upload the file, an error came which says:

Server object error 'ASP 0177 : 800401f3'

Server.CreateObject Failed

xyz......................

I checked the line in the code and it was regarding FSO. I checked the FSO on the server with running a script file and there its obvious that FSO is not installed...

I dont know what happened but it might get corrupted. Can anyone tell me how to fix this problem?

Thanks,

Khurram.
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The reason was the Microsoft updates on the server which disabled FSO automatically for security concerns.
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