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Please check the folder that contains your web.config file. if that is shared on the network and remove the sharing. Doing this resolved the issue for me .


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This is what happened to me: When I deleted my error log, nginx noticed that it was no longer missing. When I recreated this file nginx would no longer recognise that it existed, therefore not writing to the file. To fix this, run these commands (I'm on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS): sudo service nginx reload If that doesn't work, then try: sudo service nginx ...



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