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comment Getting 503 when trying to run Classic ASP on Win7 and IIS7.5
I can't find a privilege called "logon as a service" anywhere. However, I do find that when I try to Test Connection, I get a successful Pass-through authentication, but Authorization gets the message details I added to the question above. Does this make any sense, @Nitz ?
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comment Getting 503 when trying to run Classic ASP on Win7 and IIS7.5
I don't have sufficient admin privileges to open the Security log on this workstation. This is frustrating, @Nitz
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comment Getting 503 when trying to run Classic ASP on Win7 and IIS7.5
There is a series, but all of them say "The Windows Process Activation Service failed to create a worker process for the application pool 'DefaultAppPool'. The data field contains the error number." I don't see a "data field".
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comment Getting 503 when trying to run Classic ASP on Win7 and IIS7.5
Well, @Nitz, I don't know if it's interesting, but I've added an entry I found in the Log.
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comment Why would REGSVR32 not find a DLL that is clearly there?
Yep. A module that was supposed to be installed by the main application didn't get installed. Once this was corrected, the two DLLs registered correctly.