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Yes, I know it looks familiar
Windows 2000 Professional
After running IIS Lockdown and following the suggestions of the BSA, I can
no longer add accounts to the security dialog for any object. I've done my
homework and found several suggestions for curing this problem, but none
work. I've reversed the suggestions of the BSA and that didn't work. I
uninstalled and reinstalled IIS and that didn't work. I followed all the
directions I could find about this problem (even MS's instructions in the KB
article about this problem) all to no avail.
My problem is that I have a CGI application that uses MAPI, and in order for
that to happen I have to give the IIS login account access to
HKEY_CURRENT_USER. I can't do that. The CGI app is mine. In the mean time,
can I use CreateProcessAsUser from it?
Please, somebody, throw me a bone.
entitled "Missing HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\LDAP\Clsid Registry Key Causes Numerous
Errors. I then found that the whole LDAP key was missing. I checked another
of my Windows 2000 computers and found the following: