IE 6 - WinXP SP1 - ASP - ACCESS DENIED Code:0

I am having a problem that defies all reason.....

I have an intranet setup with forms that send emails and write to a SQL DB.

Everything has worked flawlessly until i implemented a DATEPICKER date format validation tool.  

Here is where it gets weird.....

Here is the setup - 2 WINXP machines that are IDENTICAL = ghosted.

Both machines can view all intranet content and submit forms, etc, etc.

One of the machines has no problem returning the value from the popup window datepicker to the textbox, the other pc gives an error.  

Line: 95
Char: 3
Error: Access is Denied.
Code:0
URL:https:/webapps.thetanco.com/tancoweb/scripts/AspDatepicker.asp?inField=FrontPage_Form1.date

Please HELP!
Andrew



AhelblingAsked:
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COBOLdinosaurCommented:
Three possibilities: The machine that fails is going cross domain;  or the machine that fails has had SP2 installed and does not like the popup; or the default user on the machine that fails does not have the correct permissions set.

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AhelblingAuthor Commented:
THe two machines are identical - they were cloned using an image in norton ghost.
WinXP SP1

Thanks!
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COBOLdinosaurCommented:
I the computers are identical, and it is the same user, then one of them is routing cross-domain or there is a bug created during cloning.
 
There is a security violation.  The most common cause of access denied in a secure environment is trying to go cross domain either with a request, or on a re-direct.  As you are not getting a message that there is a mix of secure and non-secure items on the page; I am assumumign the things are scured correctly.  

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COBOLdinosaurCommented:
Points to me.  IMHO

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