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Help with Setup debugging in ASP/VB6 on Vista

Hi there, I have just installed VB6 onto my machine to work on some code I created on VB. Anyways,  when I launch a dll in vb6, and try to run a page that calls it i get the following error:

Server object error 'ASP 0178 : 80070005'

Server.CreateObject Access Error

/ArkInt/includes/docstart.INC, line 6

The call to Server.CreateObject failed while checking permissions. Access is denied to this object.

Fairly simple fixes exist on XP for this, but what about Vista and IIS7? Anyone provide any help?
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Slimshaneey
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OFGeminiCommented:
For the first time you need to complie your Dll. Then Try to access it from your ASP Page.
Remember if you iis is installed on another computer than this error will occour.
Because ASP creates objects on the server computer.

if ASP server is another computer than try to register your Dll on the ASP Server.

Use any Installer
REGSVR32 'Path of the physical dll file.' in run command
DOS command prompt
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SlimshaneeyAuthor Commented:
Im in debug mode, Im trying to step through the code, to correct an error, so I cant compile it. Im running the Code and IIS on the same machine.
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ccyanniCommented:
I had the same problem, too.
But after I closed the UAC function in Vista, I can set debug point in my ActiveX DLL and debug it in VB6 with ASP now.
You can try it.
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