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Could Not Load Type 'XXXXXXX.Global'. Error, Please Help

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We have a web site on one machine that has it's default directory pointed to
another machine

Example:

Our Web Site (ON MACHINE A)
Default Path Points to (MACHINE B\WebFiles)

Everything works fine....

All we did was copy the entire web site files from (MACHINE B\WebFiles) to
another machine like so:
(MACHINE C\WebFiles). We then changed our direction in IIS for the web site
to point to MACHINE C\Web Files. We now get that error. Does anyone know a
quick solution to this? We did an iisreset on the web site machine after
changing the name, but it still did not work. Does the .NET framework have
to be installed on MACHINE C by chance..?

Thanks,
- jv
Nov 18 '05 #1
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If there is a Microsoft person online reading this, please respond. I would
really appreciate it.

Thanks,
- J

"Jeffrey A. Voigt" <vo***********@myfloridahouse.com> wrote in message
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We have a web site on one machine that has it's default directory pointed to another machine

Example:

Our Web Site (ON MACHINE A)
Default Path Points to (MACHINE B\WebFiles)

Everything works fine....

All we did was copy the entire web site files from (MACHINE B\WebFiles) to
another machine like so:
(MACHINE C\WebFiles). We then changed our direction in IIS for the web site to point to MACHINE C\Web Files. We now get that error. Does anyone know a quick solution to this? We did an iisreset on the web site machine after
changing the name, but it still did not work. Does the .NET framework have to be installed on MACHINE C by chance..?

Thanks,
- jv

Nov 18 '05 #2

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CT
Does the user account used for running ASP.NET on MACHINE B have access to
the folders on MACHINE C?

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Carsten Thomsen
Enterprise Development with VS .NET, UML, and MSF
http://www.apress.com/book/bookDisplay.html?bID=105
"Jeffrey A. Voigt" <vo***********@myfloridahouse.com> wrote in message
news:%2****************@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
If there is a Microsoft person online reading this, please respond. I would really appreciate it.

Thanks,
- J

"Jeffrey A. Voigt" <vo***********@myfloridahouse.com> wrote in message
news:OA**************@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
We have a web site on one machine that has it's default directory pointed
to
another machine

Example:

Our Web Site (ON MACHINE A)
Default Path Points to (MACHINE B\WebFiles)

Everything works fine....

All we did was copy the entire web site files from (MACHINE B\WebFiles)
to another machine like so:
(MACHINE C\WebFiles). We then changed our direction in IIS for the web

site
to point to MACHINE C\Web Files. We now get that error. Does anyone know a
quick solution to this? We did an iisreset on the web site machine

after changing the name, but it still did not work. Does the .NET framework

have
to be installed on MACHINE C by chance..?

Thanks,
- jv


Nov 18 '05 #3

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