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Windows 2000 SP 4; Browser Hangs


I installed SP4 for Windows 2000.

Prior to the upgrade my system was at SP3 and I was able to run ASP
scripts from my browser just fine. For exmaple:

http://127.0.0.1/Experiments/ASP/EXP_ASP_TypeName.asp
Post-Upgrade the browser hangs forever with this in the status bar:

"Opening page http://127.0.0.1/experiments/asp/exp_asp_typename.asp."
If I reboot the system the ASP script executes just once. Then on
subsequent attempts the browser hangs.

The referenced ASP script contains:

<%

Dim List( 100 )

Response.Write( "<br> TypeName = " & TypeName( List ) )

%>
I checked Internet Services Manager and IIS appears to be running.

Any ideas ?
Ed

Jul 19 '05 #1
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OK. I disabled HTTP Keep-Alives under Internet Services Manager.

Now I get:

HTTP 403.9 - Access Forbidden: Too many users are connected
Internet Information Services

Ed

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Ed Swartz wrote:

I installed SP4 for Windows 2000.

Prior to the upgrade my system was at SP3 and I was able to run ASP
scripts from my browser just fine. For exmaple:

http://127.0.0.1/Experiments/ASP/EXP_ASP_TypeName.asp
Post-Upgrade the browser hangs forever with this in the status bar:

"Opening page http://127.0.0.1/experiments/asp/exp_asp_typename.asp."
If I reboot the system the ASP script executes just once. Then on
subsequent attempts the browser hangs.

The referenced ASP script contains:

<%

Dim List( 100 )

Response.Write( "<br> TypeName = " & TypeName( List ) )

%>
I checked Internet Services Manager and IIS appears to be running.

Any ideas ?
Ed


Jul 19 '05 #2

This problem is still occuring for me.

I've done the Google search but didn't find anything which gave me
answer to the problem.

I run my ASP scripts for awhile and then I get the 403.9 error. I have
HTTP Keep-Alives disabled. Therefore, when an ASP script finishes
shouldn't all connections be dissolved ? So, when I attempt to run the
script again it should run okay. Right ? But no the browser hangs or I
get 403.9.

I'm the only one using my box. I'm just repeatly running the same ASP
scripts (debugging, etc).

What's the definition of a "connection" ?

Do database (Access) connections count against the 10 connections ? If I
create multiple recordsets does each recordset count as a "connection" ?
If yes how do I dissolve the database connections ?

Ed

Ray at <%=sLocation%> wrote:
Is this on a non-server version of an OS, i.e. NT Workstation, 2000 Pro, XP
Pro? If so, you can only have 10 connected users at a time.

Ray at home

"Ed Swartz" <Ed*******@SandyPondConsulting.com> wrote in message
news:3F**************@SandyPondConsulting.com...
OK. I disabled HTTP Keep-Alives under Internet Services Manager.

Now I get:

HTTP 403.9 - Access Forbidden: Too many users are connected
Internet Information Services

Ed

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Jul 19 '05 #3

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