Classic asp sUserInfo = dOnlineUsers.Item(Session.SessionID) causes error on new server

We have an application that uses classic asp and there is code that has the line sUserInfo = dOnlinUses.Item(Session.SessionID)
when this line of code is removed the page works when it is added it fails.   The Virtual Directory in IIS is a new setup, I cannot see any errors there.  What could be causing this problem.
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behendersonAsked:
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Big MontyWeb Ninja at largeCommented:
a few questions:

- what do you mean "the page fails"? Can you elaborate?
- what kind of object is dOnlineUsers?
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behendersonAuthor Commented:
After doing research I discovered that I needed to move a Global.asa file to the new installation because there were multiple variables that were enabled by the Global.asa  donlineusers was defined in the Global.asa
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behendersonAuthor Commented:
I asked a question that was difficult to answer from the information I provided.  The answr for DOnline Users was that there needed to be a Global.asa file added to the application directory specified in IIS and that Global.asa file defined dOnlineusers
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behendersonAuthor Commented:
Because Big Monty asked a question seeking more information so if it shows up in the accepted solution when people are looking for answers on the issue I had with dOnlnneUsers all they will see is a question if I accept Monty's answer.  I did not give enough information for most people to solve my problem but I did give enough information for someone who looks up my answer
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