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I changed my session.save_path in my php.ini file and re-activated the plugin. The errors went away and everything is working fine.
The hosting provider must have changed something on the server which messed it up in the first place. Sorry to give you trouble for something that is not your fault.
OK, so I spoke with my host provider and we verified that all of the IIS mappings are the same on both sites. The only “red flag” that stuck out for us is that the plugin works on the Parent site, but not the child site (Windows IIS latest version). Don’t know if that helps any but what I’m thinking is that my php.ini file isn’t pointing to the right storage directory.
Again, it’s working fine on the parent site and my child site pretty much duplicates that environment (except for the application paths, of course).
OK. Thanks again for the follow up. Now that I’m done with finals I can focus on this more attentively. ;-}~
Thanks for getting back with me so quickly on this. I’m running this on an IIS server–do you know of anything special I need to configure or ask my host provider about?