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We recently upgraded to Windows Server 2003 and IIS 6. And we have one web application that works fine except for a certain feature within it. It gives "Disk or network error" when you click on a button that opens a popup form window and "Network path not found" when you click on a link that opens a document containing info you entered in the form.

Here's what I've tried so far:
-Checked that the documents exist
-Ran in IIS 5 mode
-Checked temp folders
-Ran disk check for errors
-Deleted and readded the virtual directory within IIS
-Compacted and repaired the database.....there actually were a few errors in one of the tables and this did fix those errors, but didn't solve the problem
-Installed a hotfix from Microsoft dealing with Access 2.0

The server can access the Internet, and I can access shared files stored on the server from my computer. Does anyone have any other ideas I could try? I'm desperate, as a client of ours is going to be needing access to this information soon.

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Do you have access to the application's source code for debugging? It could be prepending the file path with wrong information or some other programming mistake causing the error.

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well, I put a copy of the application on a Windows 2000 Server and it works fine there with IIS 5. So wouldn't it have to be a configuration issue with the 2003 Server?

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Yeah it sounds that way. They overhaul IIS every time they upgrade it so without access to the source code to debug the application i'm at a loss for what the problem may be. I don't have a lot of experience with Access applications either.

Sorry I couldn't be of more help and the best of luck in finding a solution.

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