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    OK, hoping someone can help me there seems to be a lock screen on our school website for when the website is being updated. Yesterday I uploaded the whole website from dreamweaver and the lock screen appeared and its still there now, I have got no idea how to unlock it.

    I found a file that says someone is working on it, but there not so currently I have a website that says we are currently updating our website. Untitled Document

    Help me please!!!!

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    on your server - right click my computer - manage - shared files - open files - are there any files open?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maark View Post
    on your server - right click my computer - manage - shared files - open files - are there any files open?
    There are mainly files that relate to facility, and only one which relates to the website, which is (drive name:\inetpub\cys website) and it says it is accessed by me, but the message i get when i try to upload the website is it says Adam is editing this certain file, Adam is the guy who was here before me so im sure that isn't possible.

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    are you hosting the site yourself or uploading to a web server eslewhere - could be locked on the web server. If yourself then try iisreset or reboot server.

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    We host it ourselves, I have reset the service, and stoped and started it again, with no joy. i have found the file that is being "edited" have tried to unlock with no joy

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    Its not to do with IIS but rather whatever CMS you are running in the background I think as it is throwing an error and returning this page as part of a custom feature, this is not built in to IIS.

    You may have some kind of web based managment bit that you could log into and have a look there or you may need to contact the original develop of the site/tools used to get a hand in resetting it.



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