and do have the script blocking. If I disable this will my ASP pages work? If so...what security risks am I running by disabling this?<BR><BR>I didn't notice the IIS forum...I'll make sure to next time.<BR><BR>thanks
there's your problem then. disable it ASAP. you're not running any real risk if you only disable script blocking and you're sensible about handling Email attachments (all script blocking does is act as a last resort against dumb users anyway, IMO)<BR><BR>personally, I use AVG antivirus, which is free and just as effective as Norton - http://www.grisoft.com/ - and doesn't screw with your scripts.
.... but given that Norton comes installed on many new machines, newbies get caught out by this before they even know what ASP is. better to just leave it the hell off and tell them to be very, very careful with attachments (or enable outlook's executable blocking on attachments)