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7/13/2014 7:29 PM


Is there any information documented anywhere that explains in detail the new Portal folder structure where there used to be portal numbers 0,1,2,3,4 etc and now there are 0-System folders in there as well?

Thanks a lot, I had a look around google and here but on here there is no search function to look for existing topics for existing posts on here?



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7/13/2014 10:19 PM
I am not aware of a documentation, but the new folders are intended to hold cache and skin files - which allows to move the whole portal folder to a network share or into the cloud.
There are though a number of caveats, if possible, you may move existing files and containers to the system folder and adjust references in your DNN.

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