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Z D
Hello,

I'm currently using IISv6 & ASP.NET.

I was wondering what permissions I need to give to the identity my
application pool runs under in order to allow writing to the event log?

Currently, I'm unable to do so, however, if I make the account a member of
the admin group then I'm able to write to the event log.

SO, which permission is it exactly that allows this and where do I set it?
Or is admin the only option (=very insecure).

Thanks!
-ZD
Nov 18 '05 #1
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-Jason

Z D wrote:
Hello,

I'm currently using IISv6 & ASP.NET.

I was wondering what permissions I need to give to the identity my
application pool runs under in order to allow writing to the event log?

Currently, I'm unable to do so, however, if I make the account a member of
the admin group then I'm able to write to the event log.

SO, which permission is it exactly that allows this and where do I set it?
Or is admin the only option (=very insecure).

Thanks!
-ZD

Nov 18 '05 #2

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Z D
Jason,

Thak's so much!! :) :)

-ZD
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-Jason

Z D wrote:
Hello,

I'm currently using IISv6 & ASP.NET.

I was wondering what permissions I need to give to the identity my
application pool runs under in order to allow writing to the event log?

Currently, I'm unable to do so, however, if I make the account a member of the admin group then I'm able to write to the event log.

SO, which permission is it exactly that allows this and where do I set it? Or is admin the only option (=very insecure).

Thanks!
-ZD

Nov 18 '05 #3

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