13 Aug 2007
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05 Apr 2013
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If you're really crammed for a deadline, you should put in a support ticket. Although Sitefinity support is active on the forums, its sort of voluntarily without guarantees or deadlines.
First to get rid of the misconfiguration regarding IIS,
Open the project in VisualStudio 2012. Right click the SitefinityWebApp, select properties.
Choose the 'Web' tab and set it to IIS Express.
If you now run the project it will fire up IIS Express (localhost) instead of using IIS with a misconfigured application.
Copy all the .config files (App_Data/Sitefinity/Configuration) from the dev server instead of using the ones from TFS. The db & *.config form a pair, and since you store the .config files in TFS, they're bound to be the blank versions that came with the initial check-in.
If things still don't work, you should try downloading Sitefinity ProjectManager from your account and create a new blank/temporary project to compare files and ensure you're not missing files.