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Steps to reproduce:
1) download 7.1.4 files from http://our.umbraco.org/contribute/releases/714
2) unblock the zip archive
3) unzip the archive and add permissions for:
IUSR ... read & execute, list folder contents, read
IIS_IUSRS ... modify, read & execute, list folder contents, read
NETWORK SERVICE ... modify, read & execute, list folder contents, read
4) create website in IIS 7, set App Pool to .Net Framework 4 (site bound to localhost:130)
5) run batch script on webroot folder to give App Pool Identity the proper permissions
6) create a database in local MS SQL Server 2008 server
Uncaught ReferenceError: yepnope is not defined (anonymous function)
I did change the folder permissions to give IIS_IUSRS and NETWORK SERVICE full control (and bounced the App Pool) but I still get the yepnope error.
What am I missing?
Sigh ... "fixed" it myself.
Here's the deal. I am doing manual installs of Umbraco in order to test a package I got from a vendor. I had done two installs of Umbraco 7.1.0 and used the same IIS web site and app pool for both. I did the same for my 7.1.4 install ... and got the error mentioned above.
I created a new IIS web site and app pool (set to .Net Framework 4 and bound to localhost:131) and now the site install page loads normally.
I guess IIS is caching the site aggressively (even though I had stopped and restarted the app pool several times)?
Nothing to see here. Move along.
Yeah, the cache in 7 has played a lot of tricks on peoples minds - Think it's on the roadmap to make it less aggressive in 7.2 if I remember correctly.
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