Why do I get 800A0BBA errors?
When using ADODB.Stream to send files to the client, you may receive this error:
Double-check your path -- be sure that the file exists and it is greater than 0 bytes. Make sure that IUSR_machineName (or the authenticated user(s) / group(s)) has at least read access on the file. If the file is on a network drive, please see Article #2168. If you are trying to stream a file from a URL (e.g. http://), use response.redirect or server.transfer instead.
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