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I have IIS 5.0 and Windows 2000 Server.  The ASP page calls an executable to upload the hand-held.  But, I do not get the executable to run.  On the hand-held it goes to a Start Menu and on the Windows 2000 Server the connection is still active.

I am not familiar with IIS.  I have checked on security/permissions they appear to be set correctly.  Everyone has all rights.

Any suggestions of what might be set incorrectly?

Thanks.
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Navigate to your root folder using windows explorer.  Right click, and select properties.
Then click "web sharing".  Make sure the folder is shared. Then edit properties, and under "application permissions" make sure "execute" is selected.
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