troubleshooting Question

IIS 6 ASP Classic Response,request and session error 8002801d

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Microsoft IIS Web ServerWindows Server 2003VB Script
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I am on Windows Server 2003 for Small Business.

I receive the following error:

error '8002801d'

/Pqts/Validate.asp, line 7

Following are the VBScript:

<% Option Explicit

'on error resume next%>


Response.Buffer=true         'this is line 7

Response.CacheControl = "no-cache"  'this is line 8

Response.AddHeader "Pragma", "no-cache"  'line 9

Response.Expires = -1            'line 10

session.timeout=120          'line 11

Dim UserID, UserPassed, UserRole     'line 13

Dim Pwd                                            'line 14

UserID= trim(Request.Form("UID"))     'line 16

Response.Write err.number                 'line 18



If I comment out line 7 line 8 throws the same error and each following line wil throw the error except the two line with the Dim statements until you get to Response.Write that will work.

I have reinstalled IIS6 and made sure that the 'ACTIVE SERVER PAGES' are allowed.

I have tried reregisterin the asp.dll.

There is a 'logon.asp' page that does not contain any vbscript and that works fine.

 If I use the ON ERROR RESUME NEXT and response.write err.number --> -2147319779
but no other err values have information.

And the friendly error message has been turned off.
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