that solution didn't work. Right now the project is setup in two locations on my local
1. setup in a folder for development purposes such as (c:\mysites\clientnumber1) I open sitefinity run the admin portion of it, edit in VS, etc and its fine.
when I want to test it under an IIS environment, I then move it to my clientnumber1 folder under inetpub/wwwroot folder and I'm able to save pages, publish pages, etc with no problem.
On my server, I have the site setup as a virtual on so its point to c:\sites\clientnumber1 and my IIS set is pointing to that, so I access it as http://dev.clientnumber1.com:100/
and I can't save, publish, etc, only view
Do I need to run the site under inetpub/wwwroot directory on my server as well for everything to work correctly and do I need to remove the port number and just have it as http://dev.clientnumber1.com?
My local environment is running Windows 7, IIS7
my server is windows 2008 server, IIS7