It is a security issue. Switch anonymous access to the virtual directory off
and use impersonation.
"Louis Hau▀knecht" <louishaussknecht.com> wrote in message
news:3ff19436_2news.arcor-ip.de...access> HI all,
> I have a problem here. I developed a webservice which provides the client
> with a dataset. The dataset is filled with data from an access db. In my
> dev-environment everything worked, but on side the mdb is on a network
> Here I granted aspnet user access to the mdb and the directory where it is
> stored. Since aspnet is a local account and only domain accounts havethe> to this share (this is a Novell - Network), I was not able to connect to[url]http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/vsent7/html/vxconApplicationIdentity.asp[/url])> db.
> I tried to change the process Identity( described in
>poor> to a domain account. But I get the same failure every time: The DB is
> exclusively opend or you do not have sufficient rights....
> Maybe I have to use ODBC but this is not the way I like. Performance is> enough with Access.
> Has anyone an idea to solve this problem?
> Thank you very much
> Louis Hau▀knecht