Error 38 Metadata file 'C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\websit

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    What does it mean ?
    I have this error when doing a build, some times, randomly. If I close
    everything and reopen the project, then it disappears for a while.

    I have started two Asp.Net 2.0 applications, both totally different,
    both migrating from Asp.Net 1.0, both give this error randomly when
    doing the build.
    I get the errors say, 1 time in each 20 builds, so I have to close
    everything, clean the cache and open again, then it works fine.
    But I wonder if somebody knows where this error come from
    , Mar 17, 2006
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  2. I've seen this too. I tracked it down to Index server running on the
    machine. When I shut that off, it went away. Also watch out for virus
    scanners getting a hold of the files.

    After you reboot, clean out those ASP.NET temporary files... the directory
    names like 00fde41c.

    ASP.NET will rebuild the folders and files when the page is called next.

    Ken

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    > What does it mean ?
    > I have this error when doing a build, some times, randomly. If I close
    > everything and reopen the project, then it disappears for a while.
    >
    > I have started two Asp.Net 2.0 applications, both totally different,
    > both migrating from Asp.Net 1.0, both give this error randomly when
    > doing the build.
    > I get the errors say, 1 time in each 20 builds, so I have to close
    > everything, clean the cache and open again, then it works fine.
    > But I wonder if somebody knows where this error come from
    >
    Ken Cox - Microsoft MVP, Mar 17, 2006
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