From: andrew kagan (aklist_at_ENIGMEDIA.COM)
Date: Sun, 1 Jun 2003 11:41:38 -0400 To: NTBUGTRAQ@LISTSERV.NTBUGTRAQ.COM
If you check microsoft.public.xml and search for "access denied" you will
see a number of users have experienced the same problem I'm writing about,
starting soon after MSoft first released MSXML4 sp2 a few weeks ago.
The problem is:
After upgrading to MSXML parser 4.0 sp2 on Win2k sp3+, there's a permissions
error generated when the MSXML4 dll is called in a POST operation on a
Access is denied.
xmlServerHttp.open "POST", upsServer, false // POST is the problem
xmlServerHttp.send data // generates the error
I don't know if MSoft is aware of the problem or not but it's infuriating
because there's no way to roll-back to a recent version since MSoft only has
the latest sp2 on it's site. You _can_ remove XML 4 and reinstall to XML3
Sorry I'm not much of a programmer or I'd try to give you more info!
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