ScriptResource.axd Access is denied. Cross-Domain iFrame?

Yup, sounds like xdomain issue to me too. – Sky Sanders Feb 10 '10 at 4:18 I have the same issue, is there a fast solution without change source application code? ...like some IIS configuration or other?

– LukePet Oct 20 '10 at 7:36.

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In JavaScript you might need to change the document domain. It's possible IE7 is looking at the domains all the way to the server level: foo.domain. Com!

= .domain.com" rel="nofollow">foo2.domain.com. IE8, et al, are likely taking the document domain at face value of *. Domain.com.

Here's a quick related blog article on it: jszen.blogspot.com/2005/03/cross-domain-... copy the code though, adding the following to both pages should get it rolling again.

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If there's a DNS redirection IE7 can have issues, e.g. If site.domain.com is really domain.com/site the transparent DNS redirect has issues in IE7, but not the other browsers you mention. IE7 treats this as a cross-domain script and blocks...you just get Access Denied.

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If there's a DNS redirection IE7 can have issues, e.g. If site.domain.com is really domain.com/site, the transparent DNS redirect has issues in IE7, but not the other browsers you mention. IE7 treats this as a cross-domain script and blocks...you just get Access Denied.Is this the case, or something similar with redirects or different domains? If you can test the main page as just domain.

Com/ do you get the error? IE7 treats a child differently than a sibling.

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