The problem that Stacey encountered has been fixed by the following steps:
1. Execute this API code which will remove the existing modules & services page:
PageManager manager = PageManager.GetManager();
var pages = manager.GetPageNode(
2. Go to App_Data -> Sitefinity -> Configurations -> SystemConfig.config
3. Change the build number of the site from: build="4600" (or the one that you are using) to build="2500"
4. Save the file
5. Build your project and make a dummy change in your web.config file and save it.
6. Run your project
7. After the site starts go to SystemConfig.config and locate the requireMaintanence="True"
and set it to False so the maintenance will not be required again and restart the application. After this the Modules and Services page must be available.
Test the behavior on your site and if the problem still persist please open a support ticket where you could send us your project files and a backup of your database.
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