After install Mobile Pro IE starting to give errors...

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9/28/2014 10:19:15 AM
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After install Mobile Pro IE starting to give errors...

Hey Joe,

I'm getting "We're sorry but a server error has occurred while trying to process your request." only in IE, and this has only start since I install the mobile kit pro on this site.  (www.dsatallahassee.org).

I have included links to log files.

http://www.asd-fl.com/mojoportal/mojoportal-log-20140928101123.txt  (before clearing log)

and

http://www.asd-fl.com/mojoportal/mojoportal-log-20140928101229.txt  (after clearing log)

The odd thing is, Chrome, Firefox and Safar all work fine, it's just IE, and this is just not happening for me, it's happening for my client and some of their users.  That's how I found out about it.

Thanks,

Mark

 

9/28/2014 10:26:51 AM
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Re: After install Mobile Pro IE starting to give errors...

When you get errors like that about temporary asp.net files, the only solution I know is stop the web site in IIS and delete the temporary files, then start the web site again and they will get re-generated by the asp.net compiler.

Specifically you need to delete the folder

c:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\183a058a\11b05bf2\

but you cannot delete it without first stopping the IIS web site, otherwise it won't let you delete them

you will probably need your host to do this for you

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