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I went through all the above steps up through creating the script map then created the test file. Buy yourself a case of Bud Light. MDB file name extension. Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. To further explain this scenario:

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If your ASP pages is on a virtual directory subdirectory within your root, NOT on your root directorygo ahead and convert that virtual directory to application right click convertAND select the application pool you just created in step 2 above.

You saved me for a lot of time of investigation. If you are using the original release version of Windows Vista you may see an error that resembles the following when ASP connects to an Access database:.

Just need to remove the following line: Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. When you are deploying a classic ASP application that uses an Access database you may see this error because the lock file for the Access database cannot be created. I cannot tell you how long this has been a problem for me. My computer will not allow me to install the 64 bit drivers because I have some office files running in Special thanks from Iran…!

This error indicates that the JET database engine cannot access the temporary directory for the Network Service user profile that uses the impersonated Application Pool identity.

Although this error indicates that the failure occurred when opening the database, it does not give any additional information to assist you with narrowing the problem to a specific area.


I did need a server-wide change though.

Using Classic ASP with Microsoft Access Databases on IIS

Thank you for this post, the information was comprehensive but more importantly it worked. Hope this helps someone. So try the following first:.

I have — I think — followed all the instructions, but I cannot connect to my trivial test database.

IIS 7.5, Classic ASP and Access database ….. Get It to Work After You Read This!!

Install your Access database provider. For example, if you were to copy a classic ASP application that uses an Access database that is within the Web site’s content area to a server that uses IIS 7.

To use Process Monitor to trace the IIS issues in this iis, configure Process Monitor to filter tracing for only those events that are created by W3wp. So I will have to try the 32 bit solution — if there is any!

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Yes… as Mathew said: This is a generic error triggered by the Access driver that may occur for a variety of reasons, but incorrect permissions is a common cause.

Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Finding all related steps to follow on same place is a joy Thank you. To work around this issue, you need to open the bit ODBC applet. More specifically, the ability to work with Microsoft Access databases is implemented through the Microsoft JET Database Engine, which creates various temporary and lock files when it connects to an Access database.


Now if mdg can tell me how to find server manager on IIS7. Net stops working and vice-versa. You can configure this setting by changing the value of the Load User Profile attribute in the Advanced Settings dialog box for an application pool.

Once you have configured the Process Monitor filter settings, configure Process Monitor to capture events and then reproduce your error. If you want your ASP script to be handled in 32 bit environment, you need to use executable from this location: Hi there iis7 This is the best post I have found on this issue however it has iid7 solved my issue which is exactly this but relating to a 32bit driver from an Australian uis7 software firm My Own Business MYOB.

All these gurus tell me to use server manager to add roles but there is no server manager. This type of connection string seems to be working as well: By analyzing the information in the Process Monitor logs, you can pinpoint any permissions-related issues. For additional information about the loadUserProfile and other application pool attributes, see the following pages on the Microsoft Support and IIS.