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Hi, I'm using the Microsoft Enterprise Library in my ASP .NET 1.1
application, but only the following app blocks:

Microsoft.Pract ices.Enterprise library.Common
Microsoft.Pract ices.Enterprise library.Configu ration
Microsoft.Pract ices.Enterprise library.Excepti onHandling
Microsoft.Pract ices.Enterprise library.Excepti onHandling.Logg ing
Microsoft.Pract ices.Enterprise library.Logging

I installed my app in a Windows 2000 Server, and I also installed these four
Microsoft.Pract ices.Enterprise library.Common
Microsoft.Pract ices.Enterprise library.Configu ration
Microsoft.Pract ices.Enterprise library.Excepti onHandling
Microsoft.Pract ices.Enterprise library.Logging

So, my app uses an event log entry, and writes it correctly, however I get
two or four error events (plus my app event) almost every time my app writes
to the event log, these are the error events:

Source: Perflib
Description: Access to performance data was denied to ASPNET as attempted
from C:\WINNT\Micros oft.NET\Framewo rk\v1.1.4322\as pnet_wp.exe

Source: Enterprise Library
Description: Failed to create instances of performance counter 'Distributor:
# of Logs Distributed/Sec' - Couldn't get process information from remote

Source: Enterprise Library
Description: Failed to create instances of performance counter 'Client # of
Logs Written/Sec' - Couldn't get process information from remote machine.

So, the ASPNET account doesn't have permissions to create instances of the
Enterprise Library performance counters, but, what can I do to give it that
permissions? or There is another way to resolve this problem??


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Luis Graillet Ramos
Aug 2 '06 #1
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