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Q3500015: In your ASP sample I can't see my Windows' Telephony Devices (for instance, my 'Standard 9600 bps Modem'). In all other samples, they are listed. Please advise.
On the webserver, the IUSR_<computername> credentials are used for all SMS operations. The IUSR_<computername> is only member of the Guests group by default; it doesn't have sufficient permissions to query the Windows Telephony Devices. By making the IUSR_<computername> account member of the Local Administrators group, you will be able to see all Windows Telephony Devices.
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Q3500010: When using the ASP sample on a remote PC's browser, which port will be accessed: the one on the ASP Web Server, or the one on the client's PC?
The ASP sample opens the port on the ASP Web Server's machine. This is because the object is instantiated on the web server. However, it is also possible to use the component on the client's PC with the browser. You must then create the object from within the client's HTML code using Javascript. Please check FAQ item 3250020 for details.
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Q3500005: How do I use ActiveXperts Serial Port Component objects in my ASP project?
Please read the following document: Using ActiveXperts Serial Port Component with ASP. This document describes how to refer to the ActiveXperts Serial Port Component library, and how to declare, create and use the objects.
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