Turns out it was the DRITrace.txt file that was created in the root
directory of the web (c:\inetpub\wwwroot). I had to give the IUSR_user user
full access to that file. Once I did that, it started working.

My next challenge is getting the Redback Designer to work with the new
system. I have Redback running on the server and the websites that use it
are working fine. But when I try to use the Designer I get a 405 Error when
I try to open the connection. Oh well, if it's not one thing.....


-----Original Message-----

Try opening IIS MMC and navigate to the web site you're interested in.  Then
right click on the web site, click on properties and select the Web Site
tab.  In the bottom section you probably have "Enable Logging" checked so
click on the [Properties] button.  The location, and name, of the log
file(s) should be visible.

Hope this helps.


> -----Original Message-----
> Behalf Of Tsombakos, John
> Sent: Monday, March 22, 2004 5:18 AM
> Subject: Re: UniOLEDB and ASP
> Thanks.  Can you point me to where the log file is being created? IIS is
> being run as the SYSTEM account, but I don't know where the log file is
> being written. I've checked c:\temp and c:\winnt\temp.
> Thanks.
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