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  • Server.CreateObject

    Am I right in thinking the Server.CreateObject function has been renoved on EUKHost servers?

  • #2
    Hello,

    Yes, FSO component has been disabled on windows shared server for security reasons.
    Chris White
    (Former eUK Employee)


    UK's premier web hosting company.

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    • #3
      Hello Phatman,

      I just asked one of our Windows Server technicians and he has confirmed that it has been disabled on all of our shared Windows Servers for security reasons. However, it is enabled on our open.specialservers.com Windows Server, but any websites hosted on this server are excluded from our Service Level Agreement. So if you do need the Server.CreateObject() method we can migrate you over to this server, but none of our Service Level Agreement applies on this server.

      Kind regards,
      Ben Stones

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      • #4
        Hello Steve ,

        You may refer to the Status URL below :

        http://euk-status.com/2011/06/20/fso...ndows-servers/

        We have disabled FSO and a migration to VPS option was provided to the customers that required FSO enabled. However, considering the fact that it wont be feasible for all the customers to opt for a VPS server, we have setup an alternate shared server that has FSO enabled as mentioned by Ben above.

        We can migrate your existing account on that server, but our SLA's aren't applicable to that server, as it has vulnerable function enable.

        However, we do have basic security measure (AV/Firewall) implemented on this server
        Chris White
        (Former eUK Employee)


        UK's premier web hosting company.

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