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403.1 Execute Access Forbidden Error


I am currently running IIS 5.1, Windows XP Pro with service pack 2.
When I try to run an ASP page I get an error saying that 403.1 Execut
Access Forbidden - IIS. There are no firewalls up and running. I hav
given permission and access to everything, every folder that I can thin
to give access to. Obviously I must be missing somethin
somewhere....anyone have any ideas for me??? The execute permission
have been set to scripts only....I have also tried scripts an
executables.

I also have a box that I run the same asp pages on and the onl
difference that I can find is that I am running Windows XP Pro wit
service pack 1. I don't have any problems executing ASP on this box.
I have tried to mirror all the setting from box to box and stil
nothing.

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
L
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Does this happen with a simple "hello world" page?
If you enter "localhost" for the address when on the box does the "welcome
to IIS" page come up?

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I am currently running IIS 5.1, Windows XP Pro with service pack 2.
When I try to run an ASP page I get an error saying that 403.1 Execute
Access Forbidden - IIS. There are no firewalls up and running. I have
given permission and access to everything, every folder that I can think
to give access to. Obviously I must be missing something
somewhere....anyone have any ideas for me??? The execute permissions
have been set to scripts only....I have also tried scripts and
executables.

I also have a box that I run the same asp pages on and the only
difference that I can find is that I am running Windows XP Pro with
service pack 1. I don't have any problems executing ASP on this box.
I have tried to mirror all the setting from box to box and still
nothing.

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Lu

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Jul 22 '05 #2

Have not tried just a "hello world" page but I know the pages work
without problem on another box.

As for the "localhost", it does not come up with anything.

Thanks
Lu
Mark Schupp wrote:
*Does this happen with a simple "hello world" page?
If you enter "localhost" for the address when on the box does the
"welcome
to IIS" page come up?

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--Mark Schupp
"lu1219" <lu***********@mail.webservertalk.com> wrote in message
news:lu***********@mail.webservertalk.com...

I am currently running IIS 5.1, Windows XP Pro with service pack

2.
When I try to run an ASP page I get an error saying that 403.1

Execute
Access Forbidden - IIS. There are no firewalls up and running. I

have
given permission and access to everything, every folder that I can

think
to give access to. Obviously I must be missing something
somewhere....anyone have any ideas for me??? The execute

permissions
have been set to scripts only....I have also tried scripts and
executables.

I also have a box that I run the same asp pages on and the only
difference that I can find is that I am running Windows XP Pro

with
service pack 1. I don't have any problems executing ASP on this

box.
I have tried to mirror all the setting from box to box and still
nothing.

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Lu

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