ADODB.Connection error '800a0e7a'
Kan de voorziening niet vinden. Mogelijk is deze niet juist geïnstalleerd.
/someaspfile.asp, line 123
Okay; moved to a new server… Windows 2016 Standard, 64 bit
So now what? Well, you could read here.
ASP Error: ADODB.Connection error ‘800a0e7a’ Provider cannot be found. It may not be properly installed.
Without naming a source the answer is: “Never mind. I found the answer on another forum. “Enable 32-bit applications” needs to be enabled in the connection pool for the website, within IIS Manager 7.”
But how? Well, just:
- Start Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager
- Go to your application pools
- Click on “DefaultAppPool”
- Click on “Advanced Settings”
- In General, set “Enable 32-bit Applications” to true
That’s all folks!
Contact My Brain if you need any help!
Windows Server 2016, IIS Website, Setup a MySQL server/database, setup a WordPress website, quickly connect with root and root-password. Everything works fine!
Now you want things more secured, so you add a MySQL user with a password and rights to only the wordpress database. Change wp-config.php with the new login and you get a “Error Establishing a Database Connection” when accessing the WordPress website or admin.
Change back to root and the problem is solved. How to fix this?
Continue reading MySQL user not connecting
Configure SMTP E-mail here to send using an external mailserver will work for ASP scripts – Deliver to SMTP server with credentials
IIS 6.0 MANAGER
Configure the SMTP server here to make the PHP mail-function work.
Access-Connection – Grant only your own server IP and 127.0.0.1
Access-Relay – Grant only your own server IP and 127.0.0.1
Delivery-outbound security – Basic Auth login details TLS
Delivery-Advanced – Smart Host smtp server name
SMTP = 127.0.0.1
smtp_port = 25
configure SMTPSVC to start automatic, so you won’t go crazy after your next reboot…