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expression web server error cannot create folder _vti_cnf Essie, Kentucky

by Thomas A. » Mon, 02 Feb 2004 09:45:34 o you every work on files within the web, but with applications other than FP? -- ============================================== Thomas A. That is the culprit. SLOW, VERY SLOW... Back to top Accessing a web You receive one of the following two messages: Server Error: Cannot open file ".........\_vti_pvt\service.lck" for writing.

You will now be able to locate the the Service.lck file and delete it. Reply Martin Timothy n/a Points 2015-04-12 7:29 pm There have been big problems since Microsoft Front Page was retired, thus for eleven years when I wanted to edit my site it up vote 41 down vote favorite 4 These folders appear in my .NET Web project. The MS knowledgebase has someing from last year.

I am not sure how similar the usability and interface is, however. Reply John-Paul Staff 25,425 Points 2015-02-24 10:00 am Hello Abdullatif, Thank you for your question. Your Tech Abdul Hakeem has already completed your suggestion and I am still receiving the same error message.What would actually cause it to cause that error? Site Design & Maintenance : Expression Web Tutorials & Templates

The server extensions were unable to access the file "Service.lck". There seems to be some difference in Vista when you have set your account as administrator vs actually being the Computer Administrator. A FrontPage web would be treated as an application. There seems to be some difference in Vista when you have set your account as administrator vs actually being the Computer Administrator.

Thanks for the tip. I'd never done this before, so it took much reading and missguided information. Get web hosting from a company that is here to help. Get "Server error, cannot create _vti_cnf file" at end of publich process. 2.

Click Yes and the pages are updated. Search Search Ask the Community! Osakakiwi posted exactly one time, two years and three months ago, and has not been back since. On the View tab, click to select the Show hidden files and folders check box, and then click to clear the Hide file extension for known file types check box.

by Thomas A. » Mon, 02 Feb 2004 02:57:40 ave you tried the other options when publish besides checking by timestamp? -- ============================================== Thomas A. Thank you, John-Paul Reply Abdullatif n/a Points 2015-02-24 10:15 am Can I use MS Expression Web 4 instead? the web server may be temporily out of service3. I used the search term 'IIS7 Vista error "Cannot create folder "_vti_pvt""' incase somone uses the same search kewords.

all to no avail. tnx for the suggestions. Note the TIGHTEN SECURITY (DETECT). The folder _vti_cnf folder contains information about every file, such as which links are within the file.

I have to manually deselect those files that haven't changed to avoid republishing the entire site regardless of settings. 3. Steve, W4SJV "When all else fails (and it will)...there's Amateur Radio!" "It is better to let people THINK you're a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt." Back Why is it a bad idea for management to have constant access to every employee's inbox Why is the spacesuit design so strange in Sunshine? Bruce Richards Forum Moderator TotalChoice Hosting, Inc.Webhosting by Total Choice Web Hosting - General Support Forum I am a Forum Moderator.

In theory, the forum search engine should be able to return this post for those who run into trouble, so even though this particular thread is old others may obtain benefit Are you on one of our servers? Every file in the site (there are a lot pdf, doc, txt, images etc.) get tagged for republish regardless. You must have Expressions Web 4 installed on your local computer to use it.

Have taken earthlinks suggestion of starting from scratch (deleting entire site, disable SE, re-enable SE, re-publish) all to no avail. If you are dealing with a ISP person, they can do the same, only it might be a little more combersome for him and you to talk about it, but I Steve, W4SJV "When all else fails (and it will)...there's Amateur Radio!" "It is better to let people THINK you're a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt." Back And THAT's when I get this $#@%*& _vti_cnf message.

I have found other smaller issues concerning trying to import my old web sites to II7 and also to sync then to the online sites but nothing that was as much of it's a modern post apocalyptic magical dystopia with Unicorns and Gryphons Does chilli get milder with cooking? I have also published the hosted site to my local directory, then republished it to the host to insure identical copies...have recalculated hyperlinks as well. AFter it runs, observe what it says in the security area on the page.

Then I hit, as usual, Publish. As I said above, this problem happened right after I started experimenting with "server authentication". Am about ready to just live with it and manually deselect all files in my local web (a pain) before republishing the few I change.