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scrrun.dll and Migrating to Windows 2003

Posted on 2006-10-29
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Our website is being migrated from W2k to Win 2003.
I'm more an Apache programmer so I'm a bit lost.

The main login script starts like this....

<!-- METADATA TYPE="typelib" FILE="c:\WinNT\System32\scrrun.dll" -->

but scrrun.dll is not being loaded (not found?):

   Active Server Pages error 'ASP 0224'
   Cannot load TypeLib
   /admin/logincheck.asp, line 1
   Cannot load Type Library specified in the METADATA tag.

Should I be trying a different path or is there a Win 2003 replacement for scrrun.dll?
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scrrun.dll is used to execute jscript and VBscript code.
Which is used a lot in the pre .Net Framework ASP applications.

This is not correct path.
<!-- METADATA TYPE="typelib" FILE="c:\WinNT\System32\scrrun.dll"

The path should be c:\windows\System32\scrrun.dll

Cheers,
NITADMIN

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by:tpgriffin
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Perfect!
Looks like we're migrating from WinNT!
Thanks!
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