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Error BC31019: Unable to write to output file '<filename>'

Folks,

I am unable to execute any ASPX files on a Windows 2000 Server, running as a Primary Domain Controller.

The error is "Error BC31019: Unable to write to output file '<filename>'"

By auditing access to the directory into which files are being written, I can confirm that the IUSR_<machineName> account is able to create the all the required sub-directories and files EXCEPT the DLL file.

For example, trying to execute a simply ASPX file resutls in this error:

Compiler Error Message: BC31019: Unable to write to output file 'C:\WINNT\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322\Tempor ary ASP.NET Files\nimn\b5425b4b\1f833bfe\qewp9gin.dll': The directory name is invalid.

In fact, the directory exists and is valid. If files are deleted, they are recreated. Only the DLL file cannot be created.

Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance,
Joel Finkel
fi****@sd-il.com

Nov 17 '05 #1
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Correction:

IWAM_<machineName> is creating the files, not IUSR_<machineName>, as I mis-stated.
"Joel Finkel" <fi****@sd-il.com> wrote in message news:en**************@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
Folks,

I am unable to execute any ASPX files on a Windows 2000 Server, running as a Primary Domain Controller.

The error is "Error BC31019: Unable to write to output file '<filename>'"

By auditing access to the directory into which files are being written, I can confirm that the IUSR_<machineName> account is able to create the all the required sub-directories and files EXCEPT the DLL file.

For example, trying to execute a simply ASPX file resutls in this error:

Compiler Error Message: BC31019: Unable to write to output file 'C:\WINNT\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322\Tempor ary ASP.NET Files\nimn\b5425b4b\1f833bfe\qewp9gin.dll': The directory name is invalid.

In fact, the directory exists and is valid. If files are deleted, they are recreated. Only the DLL file cannot be created.

Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance,
Joel Finkel
fi****@sd-il.com

Nov 17 '05 #2

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