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Uploading New MasterPage in a load balanced Environment

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  1. Zach Tindall
    Zach Tindall avatar
    3 posts
    12 Jan 2010
    29 Oct 2010
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    I am trying to add a new template to Sitefinity through the admin panel and when I do, the file is only copied to one of the web servers.  (we run our site from two)  I tried to copy the uploaded file from one server to the other but no luck.  Am I missing a reference to the masterpage somewhere? 
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    12 Sep 2017
    31 Oct 2010
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    Hi Zach,

    If you are uploading the .master file through the backend, then you need to upload these file on both the servers. When you duplicate an existing template the copy is internally created and it is not a physical file. The copy exist in the database and should be accessible to all websites that use the same database.

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