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MS IIS6 - my Web Service Extension is in "allow" and NOT called, why?

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MS IIS6 - my Web Service Extension is in "allow" and NOT called, why?

I mapped this extension to some dll in debug mode.

In one server it is called and producing me some debug file.

In another it is not called or intercepted or whatever else. And I am not getting debug file at all.
Other filters in the "problematic" server also in debug mode but writing files.

In both servers I am Administrator.

What can be the reason here?
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by:khairil
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Hi,

I assume the configuration are same on both servers. How about security context of that file?
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by:longjumps
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What do you mean by "security context of that file"?

Configuration on both servers are different.

I deleted all ISAPI filters and prohibited all other  Web Service Extensions.

What can prevent from my Web Service Extension to run?

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Security context is who can access that file. You can get this by right clicking on that file: Properties -> Security, and examine security list there.

Deleting "needed" isapi filter might produce other problem. EventViewer and IIS log is good place to look if something happen on IIS.
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by:longjumps
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In "Security context" there is Everyone that can do everything.

Please advice how can I check this issue.
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Try add IUSR user to the access list.
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by:longjumps
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not exact solution.
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