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(hope its the right forum)
I'm trying to configure IIS (create new web site) in code.
My code works fine within a standard windows application,
however, when I copy the code to an asp.net page, I get
the above error message. It occures in the
function 'GetObject("IIS ://localhost/W3SVC")'.
Hope someone can help me on this,
Thanks in advance,
Y. Pechter
Jul 19 '05 #1
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You have to be an administrator to execute that function. Try taking out
anonymous access, but set NTLM and log in as an administrator (or someone
from that group).

Manohar Kamath
Editor, .netBooks
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(hope its the right forum)
I'm trying to configure IIS (create new web site) in code.
My code works fine within a standard windows application,
however, when I copy the code to an asp.net page, I get
the above error message. It occures in the
function 'GetObject("IIS ://localhost/W3SVC")'.
Hope someone can help me on this,
Thanks in advance,
Y. Pechter

Jul 19 '05 #2

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