Server Extensions were unable to access the file "frontpg.lck"

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Terry Olsen, Mar 6, 2006.

  1. Terry Olsen

    Terry Olsen Guest

    I'm hoping someone can help me here. When trying to create a new web site
    with Visual Studio 2005, I choose HTTP and enter the url I want to create
    (http://MyWebServer/MyWebSite). But I get the following error:

    Unable to create the web 'http://MyWebServer/MyWebSite'. Server error: the
    server extensions were unable to access the file 'frontpg.lck'. Please
    check the file permissions.

    I googled it and only found suggestions for deleting the service.lck file
    from the _vti_pvt directory of the MyWebSite directory. But it doesn't
    exist yet because VS 2005 can't create it.

    Help!

    Thanks,
    Terry
     
    Terry Olsen, Mar 6, 2006
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  2. Terry,

    Create the site in IIS first.

    Good Luck
    DWS


    "Terry Olsen" wrote:

    > I'm hoping someone can help me here. When trying to create a new web site
    > with Visual Studio 2005, I choose HTTP and enter the url I want to create
    > (http://MyWebServer/MyWebSite). But I get the following error:
    >
    > Unable to create the web 'http://MyWebServer/MyWebSite'. Server error: the
    > server extensions were unable to access the file 'frontpg.lck'. Please
    > check the file permissions.
    >
    > I googled it and only found suggestions for deleting the service.lck file
    > from the _vti_pvt directory of the MyWebSite directory. But it doesn't
    > exist yet because VS 2005 can't create it.
    >
    > Help!
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Terry
    >
    >
    >
     
    =?Utf-8?B?RFdT?=, Mar 6, 2006
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