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Adobe Server Setup Tool --incemental issue with IIS (resolved)

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Oct 26, 2017

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I set up an internal update server following the guide Use the Adobe Update Server Setup Tool (AUSST) for IIS on Windows 10.

The first day, I could install and update Adobe application through the apps tab.

I set up a nightly task to update the internal server (AdobeUpdateServerSetupTool.exe --root="..." --incremental)

The next day, I got a 404 error on the apps tab.

It appears that  the Adobe Update Server Tool deleted the "web.config" in the "ACC\services\ffc\icons" folder.

As a workaround, I put all the directives in web.config at the root level with "location" tags.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<configuration>

    <system.webServer>

        <staticContent>

            <mimeMap fileExtension=".dmg" mimeType="file/download" />

            <mimeMap fileExtension=".sig" mimeType="application/octet-stream" />

        </staticContent>

    </system.webServer>

    <location path="ACC/services/ffc/icons">

        <system.webServer>

            <staticContent>

                <mimeMap fileExtension="." mimeType="text/xml" />

            </staticContent>

        </system.webServer>

    </location>

    <location path="ACC/services/ffc/validation">

        <system.webServer>

            <staticContent>

                <mimeMap fileExtension="." mimeType="text/xml" />

            </staticContent>

        </system.webServer>

    </location>

</configuration>

Hope this will help!

Hi again,

You can simply download it and place it in the mentioned locations use this KB for complete details. - Use the Adobe Update Server Setup Tool (AUSST)

~Rohit

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Adobe Server Setup Tool --incemental issue with IIS (resolved)

New Here ,
Oct 26, 2017

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Just sharing.

I set up an internal update server following the guide Use the Adobe Update Server Setup Tool (AUSST) for IIS on Windows 10.

The first day, I could install and update Adobe application through the apps tab.

I set up a nightly task to update the internal server (AdobeUpdateServerSetupTool.exe --root="..." --incremental)

The next day, I got a 404 error on the apps tab.

It appears that  the Adobe Update Server Tool deleted the "web.config" in the "ACC\services\ffc\icons" folder.

As a workaround, I put all the directives in web.config at the root level with "location" tags.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<configuration>

    <system.webServer>

        <staticContent>

            <mimeMap fileExtension=".dmg" mimeType="file/download" />

            <mimeMap fileExtension=".sig" mimeType="application/octet-stream" />

        </staticContent>

    </system.webServer>

    <location path="ACC/services/ffc/icons">

        <system.webServer>

            <staticContent>

                <mimeMap fileExtension="." mimeType="text/xml" />

            </staticContent>

        </system.webServer>

    </location>

    <location path="ACC/services/ffc/validation">

        <system.webServer>

            <staticContent>

                <mimeMap fileExtension="." mimeType="text/xml" />

            </staticContent>

        </system.webServer>

    </location>

</configuration>

Hope this will help!

Hi again,

You can simply download it and place it in the mentioned locations use this KB for complete details. - Use the Adobe Update Server Setup Tool (AUSST)

~Rohit

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Nov 09, 2017

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Hi all,

mathiasb40321913​ Very good catch! Thanks for sharing, that's solve our same issue.

Thanks again,

Christian.

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Nov 09, 2017

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Hi mathiasb40321913​ and Chre ,

Whenever you perform a fresh sync, web.config gets deleted, because fresh sync deletes everything from the synced folders on the server and creates them again, Which is precisely why we recommend incremental sync and not fresh each time

~Rohit

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Nov 10, 2017

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Re,

rpandita​ : we have made an incremental sync, not an fresh sync. And whenever, we've lost our web.config file.

And when it was deleted, how can we recreate it? For us, we have restore file from previous backup.

Thanks for informations.

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Nov 12, 2017

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Hi again,

You can simply download it and place it in the mentioned locations use this KB for complete details. - Use the Adobe Update Server Setup Tool (AUSST)

~Rohit

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Nov 12, 2017

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Hi rpandita

Ok, thanks, I found the link for download web.config file in your AUSST documentation.

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