Question : Publish error when deployed to server


Using VS2010 with .Net 4

The app runs fine locally on IIS6.

When I copy all files from the project folder to the server, the app runs absolutely fine on the server  IIS6.

When I choose publish and build a Release copy of the app in a folder on the file system and then ftp those files up to the server(which is what I always did in VS2008), an error occurs when trying to run the app
Parser Error
Description: An error occurred during the parsing of a resource required to service this request. Please review the following specific parse error details and modify your source file appropriately.

Parser Error Message: The file '/_master/Site.Master.vb' does not exist.


Anyone know whats going on? As I said I can copy all files up to the server without publishing and it runs fine.  As soon as I use publish it complains - why would a published app need the above code behind file anyway - it should all be compiled into a dll.

Can anyone help?


Answer : Publish error when deployed to server

Again, not knowing this box, I have a few more questions:

1). Does it allow more than one device to be connected at the same time?
2). Did you have to "add" the laptop, or it just added?
3). What error do you get? Timeout? Bad Password?
4). Make sure the WEP is set to

On the iPad, reboot it as well. Press and hold power, and shut it ALL THE WAY DOWN and restart it. See if that helps.

Lastly, try FORGETTING the network on the iPad. When it shows up, click the small  right arrow, and on the next screen, say "forget this network".  Then, when you select it again, it should ask for the password again. Type it slowly, as if you make a mistake, it sometimes just remembers this bad password and refuses to connect.

I have seen both my iPhone and iPod touch fail to connect exactly the same way, and rebooting the device and forgetting the connection helped.

Let me know if this helps.
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