When uploading a file with AspUpload, the line of code
Count = Upload.Save(foldername)
Count = Upload.SaveVirtual(virtfoldername)
generates the following error:
Access is denied.
Scenario 1: Upload directory is local.
This is an NTFS permission problem. The current user (such as IUSR_machinename)
must have Full Control over the upload directory to be able to create files in it.
You can instantly fix this problem by giving Everyone Full Control over
the upload directory, then tighten security as appropriate. To change permissions
on a folder, right-click on it in Windows Explorer, then select Properties/Security.
Scenario 2: Upload directory is remote.
To avoid the Access is Denied error when saving to a remote UNC path such
as \\server\share\dir, you should call the method Upload.LogonUser
to impersonate an admin account, as follows:
Upload.LogonUser "domain", "username", "password"