I've been trying to migrate an IIS7 webserver (rather large one), and so far am appalled by the state of msdeploy and using it for what I need to do. Enough on that, here's my current problem:
The server I'm migrating from has all the sites on a
D:\ drive. It isn't possible for us to have a
D:\ drive in the new environment, so I need to change all the site paths to
C:\. I obviously do not want to do this for each site manually, so I thought to edit the paths in
applicationHost.config. However, IIS doesn't seem to care one bit. All the paths are C:\, yet IIS still tries to reference
D:\. When I look at site settings, it still says
D:\. Where in the world is this value coming from?
It's on a 64-bit server, and I checked the OTHER
\syswow64\, and that has magically changed to
C:\ as well.
How can I do this?