When I was developing under WinNT, my local VI projects could create ActiveX DLL objects fine. Now that I have installed a fresh copy of Win2000 and Visual Studio 6, when my global.asa and *.asp files try to create an ActiveX DLL object, I get the following error:<BR><BR>Server object, ASP 0178 (0x80070005)<BR>The call to Server.CreateObject failed while checking permissions. Access is denied to this object.<BR>/WebDev_Local/global.asa, line 55<BR><BR>Some of the components are "virtually" compiled ActiveX DLLs running inside Visual Basic. On Win NT 4 I would debug my ASP pages in VI and ActiveX DLLs in VB at the same time. Now even after going through the KB http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q192/0/11.ASP and<BR>http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/techart/msdn_videbugging.htm a couple of times and setting directory permissions to my VB projects directory (where the ActiveX DLL projects reside) and to Visual StudioVB98 for VB6DEBUG.DLL, I still cannot create components from a VI debug session or from using the local IIS website alone. Any ideas?<BR><BR>Mike Rohan<BR>mrohan@usinspect.com<BR>