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CMS-XML Error: "Could not add database connection." Manually editing web.config prompts to "save as"
By default this is the IUSR account. On a Windows 2008 system the IIS_IUSRS group has permission to this file but the IUSR account isn't a member of this group by default. It's up to you how you do this you can either add the IUSR account to the IIS_IUSRS group or you can just explicitly add the IUSR account to the web.config file and give it full permissions.
CMS-XML Deny role for user doesn't work
Steps to reproduce: 1. Create user without assigning to any security group 2. Allow all roles for newly added user in root investment
CMS-XML How to manually uninstall Agile
Delete the following registry folder: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Installer\Products\062AF94D598181448BE5C22 AD 2EB78C6 HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\AODNotificationService
CMS-XML Troubleshooting Microsoft Message Queue (MSMQ) Problems or Notification sending problems.
Giving the "Everyone" group full control over the queue will always work and is the default on a standard Windows 2003 Server install. For Windows 2008 this isn't the default and needs to be done manually. Your companies group policy may override this. If you notice that messages are appearing in the MSMQ queue but don't ever leave the queue, it is likely the correct permissions are not set. Start by giving Everyone full control over the queue.

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