Deployment of a new version of a site is a very tricky/risky procedure. At some point (i.e. until deployment is not completed) your service will work not as it is supposed to, which can result in reset session, HTTP errors displayed, etc. Whatever the result is it can really discourage the users of your service and, let’s be honest, will …
I started getting this error when I accessed pages hosted on IIS installed on my machine (I’m running Windows XP):
The page cannot be displayed
There are too many people accessing the Web site at this time.
Please try the following:
Click the Refresh button, or try again later.
Open the localhost home page, and then look for links
It’s possible to have more than one ASP.NET IIS installed and registrated on one machine (that runs Windows).
To check which version is currently registered run Command Line (Start/Run… and type ‘cmd’) and go to
%SystemRoot%Microsoft.NETFrameworkvXXX directory where
%SystemRoot% is a special system-wide environment variable found on Microsoft Windows NT and its derivatives (read more on Wikipedia) and vXXX is …