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6/30/2014 12:02 PM
 

After upgrading from 7.2.2 to 7.3.1, 5 files appeared in my App_data folder named 51degree-lite they are 24MB each and have the same date/time. 4 of them have .tmp extension, one has .dat.

 

I assume it's safe to delete the temp ones, but how about the .dat?

 
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7/3/2014 5:01 PM
 
I see the .dat in my install but not the .tmp so I would keep the .dat file- I would guess that your app_data folder is missing "modify" permissions and that is why .tmp files are still there

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7/3/2014 6:15 PM
 
please make sure, the asp.net account has create, edit and delete permission for DNN install fulder and all subfolders.

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