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HI,
 
I am working on IIS Profiling using COM. This process creates a COM object.
 
If the profiler runs under the 'Local System' account everything works fine, but if the profiler runs under the 'Network Service' account, the external process starts up but it fails to create the COM object.
 
The error returned from the COM object creation is not a standard COM error (I think it's specific to the COM object being created).
 
So, how do I determine how the two accounts, 'Local System' and 'Network Service' differ?
 
Need to know, how other account will work.
 
Regards
saurabh
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