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ASP impersonation problem with word automation

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I've seen a lot of people having that same problem trying to
instantiate a word.application com object from an application.
I have built a WEB application that is used to manage the creation of
an annual report from 75 different word documents. I'm using word
automation to activate the Revison Tracking flag when I send a word
document to someone. I had the Access denied error message and I have
been able to get rid of it using the <impersonate =true> statement in
the web.config file.

My question is simple. Is it possible to use impersonation only on the
dll that is using the word application object just like we did in MTS
when we were able to specify a different user for each and every dll
in the system? Why would I have to use the same impersonation
parameters on every dlls?

Jul 21 '05 #1
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