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This page is locked by [username] when moving from VS 2010 to IIS

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  1. James
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    Hi All

    I've just started testing out the CMS, when I run it from the Project Manager or VS Development server everything runs smoothly.. apart from the odd occasional timeout. But when I move the site or even an empty project for that matter to my IIS 7 web server any page I create cannot be published or deleted even although I am logged in as the Administrator.. Any ideas what may be causing this? I've searched the forum with no solution to the said problem..

    Cheers,
    James
  2. James
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    Oh and when I try to delete even an unpublished page it throws an error relating to permissions, even though it's the admin, fresh site and no permissions have been changed.
  3. Jochem Bökkers
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    Hey James,

    Any chance you might have AppFabric installed? 
    http://www.sitefinity.com/devnet/forums/sitefinity-4-x/bugs-issues/unable-to-save-or-publish-pages-4-2-1650.aspx 

    It's a long post but basically AppFabric's persistent Workflow isn't supported in combination with Sitefinity (yet)...

    Jochem 
  4. James
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    Hi Jochem,

    Thanks for the quick reply.

    No AppFabric installed I'm afraid.. However I have enabled WCF services on the box, perhaps install AppFabric to manage configuration as per your post?

    Cheers
  5. Jochem Bökkers
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    Hey James,

    Honestly, I have no idea if that would help or not, I'm not a WCF/AppFabric expert...
    It could be that just 'WCF services' introduces some blocking issues that can be overridden by installing full AppFabric, but might as well just be a waste of time.

    If it were me, I'd enable logging for the services first (as Teodor describes in the forum post) and if anywhere you're hitting a 'missing current principal' I'd say welcome to the club :)

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    Just to verify (since I have AppFabric installed and not just WCF Services) if in IIS Manager you right-click your server, you don't have an option for 'WCF configuration/management' ?

    Jochem
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