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Jan 28, 2011
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“Error - EPiServerFramework installation directory was not found” when deploying a CMS 6 site

A few people have experienced this problem which is caused by the EPiServerFramework.msi not installing properly.

We have identified that the EPiServerFramework.msi does not install properly when the setup.exe for the EPiServer product is executed from a zip file.

So the fix is, unzip the package first to your local hard disk, then execute the setup.exe. If you find yourself in this state already you should be able to just execute the EPiServerFramework.msi file on it’s own.

Happy deploying!

Jan 28, 2011


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