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  • #6641
     ARKO 
    Member

    I started an upgrade from WebsitePanel 2.0.0 to MSPP, when I run the setup for MSPP server it is installing the MSPP server but I get an error on the MSPP server website. This is because the upgrade changes the web.config file.

    What is going wrong
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    1. web.config is changed
    2. The line “password value” is:
    <password value=”mypasswordkey=”>
    3. Instead of
    <password value=”mypasswordkey=” />
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    I get this on my webserver and enterprise server.

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    #6643
     MSPControl 
    Keymaster

    What is your error?

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    #6647
     ARKO 
    Member

    Can you please change my password value to “mypasswordkey” in the last message on line 46?

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    #6661
     ARKO 
    Member

    On MSPP server I get the message: HTTP Error 500.19 – Internal Server Error
    But this is fixed whit above step when I manually change it with step 3 in MSPP server web.config file.

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    Detailed Error Information

    Module
    IIS Web Core

    Notification
    Unknown

    Handler
    Not yet determined

    Error Code
    0x8007000d

    Config Error
    Configuration file is not well-formed XML

    Config File
    \\?\C:\WebsitePanel\Server\web.config

    Requested URL
    http://172.20.1.61:9003/

    Physical Path

    Logon Method
    Not yet determined

    Logon User
    Not yet determined

    Config Source
    46: <password value=”mypasswordkey=”>
    47: </security>
    48: </websitepanel.server>

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