I was using the following client side script to download a file onto a client pc with Windows XP Pro SP1
<script language=VBScript >
' Example using ADODB Stream Object to load resource from server
' and deposit in specified directory on client, using client-side
' Peter Bromberg
' Don't need the TypeLib METADATA at the top if you specify the constants by numeric value instead of by name
' Set up an ADO Stream ....
Set objStream = CreateObject("ADODB.Stream
objStream.Type = 1 ' adTypeBinary
' The following should be the absolute URL to the file on the server.....
' This should be the full path and filename to save the file on the client....
objStream.SaveToFile "C:\test.doc", 2 ' adSaveCreateOverWrite
Set objStream = Nothing
<TITLE>Download and Install Page</TITLE>
After installing SP2, I am getting an error "Safety settings on this computer prohibit accessing a data source on another domain." I am calling the page from http://myservername/virtualdirname/getfile.htm
Why does the error indicate that I am accessing another domain? The code works fine on Windows 2000. Where is this safety setting? How can I configure it?