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Access Denied creating exported NT4 object on Win2K

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Hi, I have a VB6 COM dll compiled on an NT 4 sp6a server installed in an MTS
package. I've exported this package to a windows 2000 machine where I've
created a .net application and added a reference to the exported object.
When I run the application it fails creating the object with an 'Access
Denied' error. Is what I'm doing possible? ie. Creating objects compiled in
NT4 and exported to Win2k?

Thanks,
Chris.
Jul 21 '05 #1
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