28 May 2010
13 Aug 2010
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Two follow-up comments based on your last post:
1) The deployment documentation states that we should delete the "Admin" folder when deploying to production if we want to prevent site edits. Why would renaming the folder act any differently?
2) I'd like to propose an enhancement - the ability to use configuration to disable site edits altogether. It could be pretty and nice to use, e.g. part of the "Administration" section within the Sitefinity user interface. Or it could be lower level, a particular application setting in Web.config, as I alluded to earlier. But it needs to be something that can be changed in sort of atomic action (e.g. saving the Web.config file or clicking "Save Changes" on the UI).