I'm thinking voodoo right now.
I've been messing with IIS for the past 3 hours to understand why a website can't be updated. Not only I can't update the website, but if I stop the application in IIS altogether, the website is still accessible from the server itself and from any other PC.
The website is ThinkIncentive. The application is currently stopped in IIS along with the associated application pool, but if you try it, you will be able to access it.
At first, I thought that the site was actually hosted somewhere else, so I resolved thinkincentive.com using an external tool, but it match my server address at 18.104.22.168.
I tried to rename the application folder, but even with a different name, the site still works. So obviously, something else if feeding the site.
If I stop IIS completely, the site no longer works, so IIS is hosting this web site.
I am a bit lost here. If someone has an idea or a tool that could help me understand this problem, it would be more than appreciated.