Web service does not work on Server 2005

Posted on 2010-01-05
Last Modified: 2012-06-22
I have a web server applicetion that works just fine on my xp pro machine, but when I run it on a Windows server 2005 I get a error:

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error on line 1 at column 2: StartTag: invalid element name
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Question by:JustAskMe
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    There is no Windows Server 2005.

    What OS do you have Windows 2003? Windows 2008?

    Author Comment

    Sorry! 2003 64Bit R2
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    You appear to have missed of other relevant information.

    Code samples might be useful.

    Author Comment

    it's not the code, since it works fine on my machine,

    on the server I only try the compiled version.

    It must be some setting on the server, maybe a securty issue or so?

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