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Remote Editing/Project Manager (Self Contained Migration)

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  1. brant
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    31 Jul 2006
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    I installed Sitefinity 2.7 on my local development machine.

    Created a "Self Contained CMS Project", Access MDB (No SQL Server)

    Uploaded the entire project via FTP to production server, and obtained a 30 day license key.

    ok, so now I want to edit the site using Sitefinity via the production server so I enter: http://www.mydomain.com/Admin/.

    I get the login prompt enter: Administrator | admin

    then I get an error "The page cannot be displayed", ASPNET has full control of App_Code and App_Data directories. In the documentation it says all CMS functionality will continue to operate after the migration because it's a physical relocation of the application. Help Please.
    thanks - Brant

  2. Rebecca
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    01 Aug 2006
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    Hello Brant,

    Thank you for choosing to evaluate Sitefinity CMS and contacting us. In order to be able to pinpoint the problem, we would like you to first check the following:
    1. Did you set the project as a ASP.NET web application in IIS?
    2. Did you set the Default.aspx as a default document? If not, open the IIS management console and find the application folder, open its properties and select the Documents tab. Set the Default.aspx in the Enable Default Document list.
    Also, please bear in mind the following points:
    • You need to have .NET 2 Framework installed on the hosting machine.
    • Make sure the .NET Framework is configured properly and is not damaged.
    • Most probably, however, your IIS is not properly configured to use ASP.NET. In general, this configuration is made by the .NET Framework installation wizard, but sometimes it fails. Unfortunately, this issue is not related to our product, thus the only solution we can give is to uninstall the framework only ( not VS2005, if you are using it ) and install it again. This solution worked for a lot of our clients. In addition, you may check the following MS article:
    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=306005&product=aspnet

    We sincerely hope this information is helpful. Please do not hesitate to ask us if any other difficulties pop up.

    Regards,
    Rebecca
    the telerik team
  3. brant
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    Rebecca, I verified everything you mentioned but still no luck, seems my problem is with MS Access MDB.

    \App_Data\RadDesigner.mdb

    Now I get one of the following errors:

    Cannot write to DB File

    - or -

    Could not use ''; file already in use.

    I checked the security and both the ASPNET and NETWORK SERVER have full control. Any ideas? thank you. - Brant

  4. brant
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    Rebecca, problem fixed, it was nothing related to your product like you said it was IIS related. thank you for your help - Brant

  5. Rebecca
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    Hello Brant,

    We are glad that you managed to fix the problem. Please inform us about your progress with the evaluation of Sitefinity and feel free to ask us if you need any assistance.

    Regards,
    Rebecca
    the telerik team
  6. Sarah Masood
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    i want Sitifinity Admin login page on my production server so that client can edit the content on the site,by using my login password   ..how can i do this?
  7. Georgi
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    Hello Sarah Masood,

    I've just replied you in the other support thread, in which you have asked the same questions.

    Regards,
    Georgi
    the Telerik team

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