I suggest you post this question in the ASP.NET or IIS newsgroups... I guess
they'll be able to help you out.
Read my weblog: [url]http://weblogs.asp.net/jan[/url]
"dsh" <darrienhess> wrote in message
news:76e903e5.0401151356.249d5707posting.google.c om...> I have an ASP.NET web application running on a load-balanced Windows
> Server 2003 web farm running IIS 6.0, using Active Directory
> authentication. I'm trying to programmatically create a new directory
> on a different server in the same domain. Before we switched to 2003,
> I was able to simply change the user in the machine.config file to a
> domain user with permissions. In 2003 I have done the following:
> 1. Created a new domain user account.
> 2. Made this user an Administrator on all servers.
> 3. Created a new application pool and set the Identity of the App Pool
> to the new user.
> 4. Set my application to use this app pool.
> 5. Added this user account to the IIS_WPG group.
> 6. Added User Rights of "adjust memory quotas for a process" and
> "Replace a process level token" to this user account.
> 7. Used the SETSPN to add a SPN for this user account using syntax:
> SETSPN.EXE -A HOST/<computer name> Domain\UserAccount
> I'm still getting the "Could not find a part of the path." error when
> the System.IO.Directory.CreateDirectory method is called.
> Any ideas?