I have an ASP page that runs a stored procudure (SQL 2008R2), its part of a web application.
When I connect from home using the domain name I get the error below. But if I login to the server and open the web application locally the page displays the information just fine.
Error: 500 Internal server error. There is a problem with the resource you are looking for, and it cannot be displayed.
All the other pages work fine and this page has the same connection strings, permissions, etc as all the others, there is nothing special about it, so I have no idea why I can't open it from anywhere other than the server itself.
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