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Ricardo Silva
Posted: 01/04/2004, 4:52 AM

Hi!



I have a BIG problem in my computer and I cannot manage to find out a way to
get rid of it. So, please give me a BIG hand, please.

I am developing a project in my office computer without any problem. After
publishing it (as soon as I finish something relevant, for testing) I can
run the all project in the http://localhost/ccsproject.



However, when I copy the project to my home computer, I cannot run the ASP
pages. Well, I could run them before, but, I don't know why, they just don't
run now. And I can't figure it out. I already tried to configure the IIS
permissions and the NFTS security permissions a dozen times and in a dozen
different ways. It just doesn't work! I can run the HTM pages without
problem, but when I get to the ASP ones (typing the URL in the address bar
or clicking in a page link) the browser keeps, indefinitely, trying to load
it, unsuccessfully, and doesn't even give an error message!



In my office computer I run the Windows 2000 and in my home computer I run
the Windows XP Pro. That's the only difference! Besides that all the other
software is exactly the same (FrontPage 2002 - SP2; CCS - last version; IIS
5.1; MS .Net Framework 1.1).



Can you please give me a miraculous solution?



Thanks in advance!



Best regards,

Ricardo



DonB
Posted: 01/04/2004, 6:30 AM

That is the script-blocking feature of your antivirus software working (as
intended). You must disable the script-blocking option - but be sure to not
disable the A/V completely.

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DonB

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"Ricardo Silva" <cp187a@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:bt92a2$8pu$1@news.codecharge.com...
> Hi!
>
>
>
> I have a BIG problem in my computer and I cannot manage to find out a way
to
> get rid of it. So, please give me a BIG hand, please.
>
> I am developing a project in my office computer without any problem. After
> publishing it (as soon as I finish something relevant, for testing) I can
> run the all project in the http://localhost/ccsproject.
>
>
>
> However, when I copy the project to my home computer, I cannot run the ASP
> pages. Well, I could run them before, but, I don't know why, they just
don't
> run now. And I can't figure it out. I already tried to configure the IIS
> permissions and the NFTS security permissions a dozen times and in a dozen
> different ways. It just doesn't work! I can run the HTM pages without
> problem, but when I get to the ASP ones (typing the URL in the address bar
> or clicking in a page link) the browser keeps, indefinitely, trying to
load
> it, unsuccessfully, and doesn't even give an error message!
>
>
>
> In my office computer I run the Windows 2000 and in my home computer I run
> the Windows XP Pro. That's the only difference! Besides that all the other
> software is exactly the same (FrontPage 2002 - SP2; CCS - last version;
IIS
> 5.1; MS .Net Framework 1.1).
>
>
>
> Can you please give me a miraculous solution?
>
>
>
> Thanks in advance!
>
>
>
> Best regards,
>
> Ricardo
>
>
>
>

Ricardo Silva
Posted: 01/04/2004, 4:09 PM

Hi!

Worked FINE! Thanks... But I don't understand why the Norton didn't
interfere with my project before!... It just did last week... Probably due
to an update?! Never mind. It is working fine, now!
Thank you so much.

Best regards and a happy new year!

Ricardo


   


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