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"access is denied"--About Word automation

Ron
Hi there,

We have a web application written in C# that need to deal with MS word
2003. it works fine on developer's machine but when I deployed it on
web server, we got error msg says "Access is denied". So i guess the
code is OK but web server configuraion has to be changed.

I got .Net framework 1.1 installed on webserver and deployed the
webapplication. Then i installed Office 2003. and set DCOM(word)
permission and web folder access permission to ASPNET account.

When i run the application, I got error msg says "Access is denied".
Can anybody help to solve the problem?
Thanks in advance,

Cheers,
Ron

Feb 20 '06 #1
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Hi,

Check this, it may help:

http://www.dotnet247.com/247referenc...26/131289.aspx

Be aware that MS does not recommend using Office on the web server.

Regards - Octavio
"Ron" <rz***@mettle.biz> escribió en el mensaje
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Hi there,

We have a web application written in C# that need to deal with MS word
2003. it works fine on developer's machine but when I deployed it on
web server, we got error msg says "Access is denied". So i guess the
code is OK but web server configuraion has to be changed.

I got .Net framework 1.1 installed on webserver and deployed the
webapplication. Then i installed Office 2003. and set DCOM(word)
permission and web folder access permission to ASPNET account.

When i run the application, I got error msg says "Access is denied".
Can anybody help to solve the problem?
Thanks in advance,

Cheers,
Ron

Feb 20 '06 #2

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