This is a downloaded utility in a CAB file, so it's a browser related ActiveX
control using ADO to stream the images to the server.
It's signed and ends up in the windows/downloadedinternetfiles/ folder.
The error is that it can't read from the %temp% directory where the resized
images are. I'll be talking to the user today to find out if the images are
resizing OK (I think they are) and then for sure know that's it's read
I'll also keep the safemode trick in mind if I need it ...
Thanks for the replies,
"Steve Riley [MSFT]" wrote:
> Scooter, each individual user already has read/write access to his/her own
> %temp% folder. You shouldn't have to make any permissions changes. What user
> context does your application and your ActiveX control run under?
> Steve Riley
> steve.riley RemoveThis @microsoft.com
> "scooter" wrote in message
> > We have a web application using ActiveX controls that resize and save
> > photographs to the %temp% directory, then it reads them and posts to the
> > server.
> > Normally this is fine and only takes a few changes in internet options to
> > allow it to work, but, with xp home we have a user where the component
> > can't
> > operate, it can't read from the temp directory.
> > So my question is how to adjust security on xp home so that an ActiveX
> > control can read/write to %temp% ??
> >> Stay informed about: xp home temp directory permissions