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Access denied to the path with Rpt files in production/test environments

Am developing app using vs.net, cr11r2.

My dev machine and Dev server works good. I deployed the app to Test environment which is similar to Production. I am getting Access denied error to pdf file which is result of exporting rpt file from app's sub folder Reports.

I asked production team to set full control access permissions to NetworkService since it is W2K3.

They said they have given Read/Write permissions to IIS_WPG which is having NetworkService user. They also added ASPNET user to IIS_WPG group, But still am getting Access to the path denied error.

They refused to give FullControl. They are giving only special access permissions. I suspect they may missing some permissions. I dont have any proof to show them what permissions required.

I am looking for some proof where i can see what permissions should required to get this.

Any body help me any information to get above. I need to resolve this ASAP..

Am using .NET 2.0 with CR11R2.

Server: W2K3, IIS6

Thanks in advance..

Venkata

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 03:31 PM

    Download Process Monitor from here:

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-ca/sysinternals/bb896645.aspx

    Filter on the process and run your app. Save the log. Look for any "access denied" messages for files, folders and registry entries.

    Ludek

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