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classic asp on windows 2008 server

I have a question in this regards, our is DNS less and the connection string is appropriate in global.asa file.But, we still get error messages..any help would be greatly appreciated ? I am seeing errors related to create.serverobject..
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gaurav05Commented:
Hi,


Could you recheck that the "IUSR","IIS_USERS","IUSR_MACHINE" accounts exist and have Read,Execute,List permissions?

Could you check the "Application Pool" settings for the IIS Server and post what settings your using?
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gudipatisvAuthor Commented:
We tried with .NET Framework version 2.0,no managed code both settings and application pool set to classic mode and we see same error message which is : LineNumber 6
ErrorCode ASP 0177 : 800401f3
Description Server.CreateObject Failed


and the identity on application pool is set to : application pool identity.We added IUSR account and assigned Read,Execute,List permissions.

any help would be greatly appreciated ..:-)
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brwwigginsCommented:
is this 64 bit? If so you'll need to set "Enable 32-bit applications" to true in the advanced settings of your app pool
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gudipatisvAuthor Commented:
it is 64 bit, let me check that and get back to you ...
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gudipatisvAuthor Commented:
Hi,
 
 I did enable it and see same error message popping up.any other fix ?
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gudipatisvAuthor Commented:
Hi, I appreciate any help on this issue....I did check all the settings as mentioned and I see the same error message popping up.
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gudipatisvAuthor Commented:
thank you.
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