This problem is caused by FoxWeb not having access to its temporary directory. To correct this, open the registry editor (regedit.exe) and locate the FoxWeb key:
Edit the TempDir entry so that it points to a location in which the FoxWeb user has read/write privileges. If you are running FoxWeb as a service then the FoxWeb user is whichever user you specify in the FoxWeb services control panel applet. If you are not running FoxWeb as a service, then the FoxWeb user is whoever is logged into the system when you start FoxWeb.
Sent by Rodolfo Castelo on 12/17/2002 10:29:26 AM:
I have same error but with any app at startup
Sent by Cas Nuy on 10/14/2002 02:42:46 AM:
This Monday, I got the above error when starting a foxweb application.
The errorlog says :
Foxweb Foundation program
Error 202 Invalid path or file name
Line 485 <??>
The only thing which has changed, is installation of SP3 on our Foxweb server (win2K).
The errormessage is initiated when the application tries to use the Auth-object.
Any clues ?