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6/28/2015 9:12 AM
 

When DNN creates a child portal, a folder for it is also created in the file system.  When child portals are deleted  via the API, however, the folders still persist in .../Portals.

These have to be removed manually, I'm sure but what procedure is there for doing this?  That is, there may be more to do than simply highlighting and removing the folders in one shot and if so, what is that "To Do" list?

Thanks,

Mike Durthaler

 
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6/28/2015 10:49 AM
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you may simply delete the Folder in the file System, after the Website has been removed.

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Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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