Copying a file to Windows Server 2012 R2

By mgaft1 | Day by day | 23 Jul 2020


Hi there,

 

I figure maybe someone had the same problem as I do. 

I am running an application that creates some documents on Windows Server 2012 R2.  The documents are almost completely identical, except for different sort orders.  Let's say one document is called doc A and another one docB.  Everything goes fine until one-morning doc B doesn't get overridden.  Instead, the server shows me an old copy of it.   I tried to rename it as doc C.  

I thought it might be a matter of access rights.  Renamed the files as doc C - everything is completely fine.  How bizarre.

Today something happens that even more bizarre.  

I am preparing ASP.NET website.  Copying a bunch of files.  All of the copy over file except for a home page index.aspx.  

Maybe this is some sort of server caching problem?  Anybody?

 

 

 

 

 

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