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Posted on 2006-11-15
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First of all, thank you for reading this post.

I just reinstalled Windows XP, IIS 5, Visual Studio Microsoft .Net 1.1 and 2.0.

Issue: The server was not able to start Microsoft .Net web services due to insufficient rights.
Symptoms: Server was throwing error in log and on web page saying insufficient rights with anonymous user account - ASPNET (IIS and .Net config files) accounts were set in IIS and NTFS with READ/WRITE.
Resolution: I changed the machine.config file for both 1.1 and 2.0 so the username field is SYSTEM. This allowed the Microsoft .Net to load the site.

I have the ASPNET user account setup for anonymous access in IIS.
I have created a local group policy called LOCALWEB, and have included IUSR, VUSR, ASPNET, SYSTEM accounts.
NTFS permissions have been set for web root directory. Both READ/WRITE for Database folders for the LOCALWEB group.

Current Issue: Unable to write to database, either creating new or updating current records.
Resolution: ????
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Has anyone had similar problems, and if so what resolved your issues?
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I can't update the database, and I set the permissions correctly...

Can anyone help?...
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ok, I updated the points, now can anyone help?
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What database - Access, MSDE, SQL Server ??
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Access
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Sorry not sure how .net functions with access database, but probably worth checking permissions on any ODBC connector used.
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Also, I get an error when trying to debug asp.net web application.

ERROR:
Error while trying to run project. Unable to start debugging.
The debugger is not properly installed. Run setup to install or repair the debugger.


Also, when I try to run, setup.exe /C:\WINDOWS\Temp /c:"msiexec.exe /fvecms C:\WINDOWS\Temp\netfxsdk.msi"

I get this ERROR:
This instalation package could not be openedd. Verify that the package exists and that you can access it or contact the application vendor to verify that this is a valid Windows Installer package.
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