The following kb demonstrate two issue on this #PRB: Appdomains Security Permission Error Message When You Access the Strong-Named Assembly from the \Bin Directory http://support.microsoft.com/?id=813830 813833 PRB: "Access Denied" Error Messages I ran into this issue after I was cleaning up many gigs of temp files in C:\Windows\Temp. Compiler Error Message: CS0016: Could not write to output file 'c:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\Temporary ASP.NET Files\scom_sibyll\8c0b945e\9329016\App_global.asax.eagmqgcd.dll' -- 'Access is denied. ' I have hunted the web to the best of my ability, and have Thanks. his comment is here
IF so, you can turn > off it to see whether it is the cause. > > If there is any other new findings, please feel free to post here.Thanks. > This worked for me. I'm fairly used to resolving this type of problem but in this case I was just banging my head against the wall. There is some former issue which is just caused by the strong-named assemblies in private bin folder.
Earlier today I discovered that when I run any ASP.Net 2 or 4 application through IIS7.5 using the default application pools (which use ApplicationPoolIdentity) on Windows 2008 R2 x64 I get All you have to usually do is give the Process Account or Impersonating thread identity required NTFS access to the resource. If there is any other new findings, please feel free to post here.Thanks. Patrick "Brad" wrote: Tried disabling anti-virus and did not resolve problem.
Full error message is below. And I am an admin on the box. So it there any anti-viurs soft running on the server you mentioned? Compiler Error Message Cs0016 Could Not Write To Output File - The Directory Name Is Invalid Our website has been working fine.
He had tried everything to fix the issue but to no avail. Could Not Write To Output File Temporary Asp.net Files 'access Is Denied. Does it work with the development ASP.NET server? –Manfred Aug 16 '10 at 9:34 Win7. To figure this out, I ran SysInternal's procmon filtered for csc.exe and looked for the permission error. Steven Cheng Microsoft Online Support Get Secure!
Hi Brad, Then, you can try putting those strong-named assemblies into the GAC to see whether it works. Could Not Write To Output File Access Is Denied Visual Studio PLEASE HELP ME! In my case, the server was missing the TMP and TEMP system variables. Thanks, ……..!
Reply Matt says: February 20, 2010 at 6:20 pm Thanks, worked for me. https://forums.iis.net/t/1174940.aspx And yes, ASP.NET account does have proper access to folders: If it did not it would always fail. Error Cs0016 Could Not Write To Output File Thanks a lot !! Compiler Error Message Cs0016 Access Denied Either way at least it's now fixed!
Another thing that came to my mind is that do you belong to the Debugger User and VS Developers Groups if not pls add the these GROUPS and add ur self this content In my case it sporadically fails: again, sometimes fails after just 1 recompile....sometimes not until after many recompiles (i.e. To reset Internet Information Services (IIS), type iisreset on the command prompt. Regards, Selvas Reply supreethksha... Cs0016 Could Not Write To Output File The Directory Name Is Invalid
Click “Add” button on “Debugger users properties” dialog box. As per the Vignesh's statement I checked the "Temp" directory securities in c:windows . No apologies required :) –MattC Mar 14 '11 at 15:43 Thank you . weblink And yes, ASP.NET account does have proper access to folders: If it did not it would always fail.
Similar topics access denied on dll how to rectify this access denied problem service access denied to DLLs Access Denied to Reference dll Access Denied trying to do quick editing Access Cs0016: The Directory Name Is Invalid thanks a ton by Why still a problem with same adpations on Friday, Jun 05 2015 05:40:35 +00:00 i'm using the tableAdapter in dataset try to get some data from Access Any custom permissions on it were nuked at that time and then I started getting the error in the original question. –Bryan Slatner Apr 2 '14 at 19:33 Perfect
Hi Brad.. Type your user account and click "Ok" button. So I changed the filter and found loads of entries that referenced c:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\AppData\Local\Temp, with a status of ‘ACCESS DENIED' - the user listed as IIS APPPOOL\Asp.Net v4 (for .Net 4 - App_global Asax Dll Access Is Denied Still the problem persists.
This dosen't go down too well with customers as nobody wants to try the same steps repeatedely, if you already know its not going to help. Thanks! The typical way to troubleshoot this problem would be to verify that all the permissions and policies were in place as per the knowledge base article Process and request identity in http://wiicentre.com/could-not/c-could-not-load-file-or-assembly-or-one-of-its-dependencies.html if you dont wanna restart; [take explorer.exe out of Administrator mode] 1- goto previosly opened task manager.
Steven Cheng Microsoft Online Support Get Secure! Source Error: [No relevant source lines] Source File: vbc : Line: 0 Show Detailed Compiler Output: c:\windows\system32\inetsrv> "c:\windows\microsoft.net\framework\v1.1.4322\vbc. All the best, Parham Reply Jason Fransella says: November 5, 2007 at 1:52 pm We had the same problem. I got it to finally work with your solution.
Even that site had the compilation error.