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    Microsoft JScript runtime error: Permission denied

    Hi

    I am getting the following error
    Microsoft JScript runtime error: Permission denied
    If anybody have clue pls help me.
    Thanks
    Ravi

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    Usually means that you are attempt to update a property or access content that is not permitted under your current security settings. What is the command that is returning the error?

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    It would seem that you are trying to monkey with somebody else's web page. And you're not allowed to do that.
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    Yes... can you be A LOT more specific???
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    issue is resolved.
    Problem :
    I am using depricated method.
    Thanks for ewverybody who participated this discussion.
    Ravi

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    Microsoft Jscript runtime error: Permission denied

    i am also facing the same problem. when i execute asp.net page, receiving this message. How to resolve this issue? same page if i execute in other machine, it's working fine.

    Please suggest me..........

    thanks,

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    Microsoft Jscript runtime error: Permission denied

    Ravi, could you please tell us how you resolved the problem

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