03-17-2006, 09:56 AM
03-17-2006, 11:00 AM
Are you testing it from the server in both cases, or are you testing it from a local file on your own computer? Local files are in another security zone as internet zone and therefore scripts are not by default allowed to cross that border. Or indeed, per default they may not even run at all in local zone.
This is because Microsoft reasons like this:
- This file can act as an executable.
- It's run as the user and thus has all the user's privileges.
- The user thinks of it as a document, not as an executable.
- That is, the user expects it to have full user privileges as a document.
- But the user don't expect it to be an executable at all.
- So it would be a security hole to give it the user's privileges as an executable.
In short, document type files downloaded from the net shouldn't be given any raised privileges just from being downloaded (the original source is still not trusted), because the user thinks of them as documents and not executables.
03-18-2006, 09:07 AM
Actually, this error occurs only in my machine(where the server runs). When I try it from a different PC, it doesn't occur. Even from another machine, I access the JSP through our coorporate Intranet. Is the other machine in a different security zone as mine?
03-18-2006, 09:10 AM
It could be. Users and/or you may have set that computer up differently when it came to internet zones.
03-20-2006, 10:05 AM
I deployed the JSP in another PC and tried it from my PC. In this case its working. On the other hand, if I try it from that PC itself it isn't. The Permission denied error pops up. So, the issue has something to do with running the server and client(browser) in the same machine.. I tried adding local host as a Trusted site. Even then the same issue occurs :(