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Dcom Server (Windows 2003 Server - Permission Denied)

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I've create an activex dcom server & client....

Which I've been using for years.....

A couple weeks a ago a customer of mine upgraded his
server to windows server 2003... My dcom server & client work
fine except when it needs to raise events back on the
client... I get a '70' permission denied... Firewalls
have been disabled, and permissions are wide open on the
dcom server... With added security on 2003 just not
sure where to look....

Thanks

Chris D.
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Thanks for the link.... I've ran across that page several times..
The problem I was having turned out to be specific to service pack 2 on the client side... The link I found most useful was from http://j-integra.intrinsyc.com/com/doc/remoteaccess.html
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Please delete this question I found the answer myself from the following link
http://j-integra.intrinsyc.com/com/doc/remoteaccess.html
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