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    Good day:

    I am running a dual processor on standalone server, Windows 2003 SP1
    and all the hot fixes, The only application is running on this server
    is, IIS6, FTP and SQL 2000.
    I have the same problem with the server it stop working every night is
    real frustrating
    This is the error in the event log

    Warning: IIS log failed to write entry, File
    /LM/W3SVC/766998546/Root/global.asa Line 10 Operation is not allowed
    when the object is open..

    Warning: IIS log failed to write entry, File
    /LM/W3SVC/766998546/Root/global.asa Line 10 Object required: 'conn'.

    I have searched for this file in the Inetpub folder but I got over 50
    global.asa files

    I have looked at the posted fix, Truly I did not understand where do I
    make the change, is it in the registry? I think it is referring to AD,
    Domain and GPO issues but this server is standalone and never been part
    of domain.

    I would appreciate any help many thanks in advance.

    Mon



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    Hi,

    This has nothing to do with GPOs or domains as far as I can tell.

    Locate the website that has the ID 766998546 (you can do this in the IIS
    Manager)

    In the root folder for that website, locate the global.asa file

    Post the first 10 lines of that file

    Cheers
    Ken

    "Moncef Jawadi" <jawadim@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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    :
    : Good day:
    :
    : I am running a dual processor on standalone server, Windows 2003 SP1
    : and all the hot fixes, The only application is running on this server
    : is, IIS6, FTP and SQL 2000.
    : I have the same problem with the server it stop working every night is
    : real frustrating
    : This is the error in the event log
    :
    : Warning: IIS log failed to write entry, File
    : /LM/W3SVC/766998546/Root/global.asa Line 10 Operation is not allowed
    : when the object is open..
    :
    : Warning: IIS log failed to write entry, File
    : /LM/W3SVC/766998546/Root/global.asa Line 10 Object required: 'conn'.
    :
    : I have searched for this file in the Inetpub folder but I got over 50
    : global.asa files
    :
    : I have looked at the posted fix, Truly I did not understand where do I
    : make the change, is it in the registry? I think it is referring to AD,
    : Domain and GPO issues but this server is standalone and never been part
    : of domain.
    :
    : I would appreciate any help many thanks in advance.
    :
    : Mon
    :
    :
    :
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