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VS2012 Publish to new server cutting off files

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My client has setup a new web server. The current production server is windows server 2008 R2 enterprise, with IIS7.

the new one is Windows Server 2008 R2 DataCenter, with IIS7.

When I publish the exact same code to the new server and look at the resulting files, it has cut off in the file before it completes! My source is fine. I've double and triple checked that. But the destination files are cut off and only part of the content is published.

For instance,

Compiler Error Message: BC30481: 'Class' statement must end with a matching 'End Class'.

And:
Warning: BC42105: Function 'LoadCertificate' doesn't return a value on all code paths. A null reference exception could occur at run time when the result is used.

And:
Warning: BC42024: Unused local variable: 'UnitI'.
And it displays this:
Line 255:                  Dim UnitI

But when I check the local file, the actual code line reads:
Dim UnitId As Integer = INVALID_ID

When I check the remote file, sure enough the code ends at:
Dim UnitI

For some reason it is not publishing the entire files I am sending!

Any ideas?

thanks!
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Are the files being cut-off at a consistent size, or do they differ?

Do you have anti-virus running on the server? AV could potentially lock the file while it is being written, preventing the full data being flushed.
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Evidentally the guy who installed the server had to disable TCP offloading.  He explained it to me that windows looks at file size for file transfer, and looks for that hardware and can't find it, so he disabled where it looks for it, and now does it through software to allow me to upload any file size.

Thanks!
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