Working on the training course EpiServer dev fundamentals. I am having trouble just installing the AlloyDemo. During install I get this error. I am using VS2019 Community on my laptop.
The process cannot access the file 'C:\Users\Local Administrator\source\repos\CMSTraining\packages\EPiServer.CMS.TinyMce.2.8.0\content\modules\_protected\EPiServer.Cms.TinyMce.2.8.0\content\modules\_protected\EPiServer.Cms.TinyMce\EPiServer.Cms.TinyMce.zip' because it is being used by another process.
I've tried deleting the folder, rebooting and using VS in Administrator mode.Not sure how to resolve, please advise thanks!
Please try to setup the code on shorter path like - D:/Project/AlloyDemo and try to run the visual studio as Admin mode. One more thing make sure laptop user account also have the admin access.
same result. I am running vs2019 in admin mode.
The process cannot access the file 'D:\Project\CMSTraining\package\EPiServer.CMS.TinyMce.2.8.0\content\modules\_protected\EPiServer.CMs.TinyMce.zip' because it is being used by another process.
Try giving the everyone permission to your project folder.
And also try reinstalling the tinymce package again using the package manager console in vs
When exactly do you see this error? On site startup or on a specific page?
Okay I figured out how to get around this... turns out I just had too much stuff running in the background. I'm on a relatively new laptop - 1 year.
By disabling start up apps with high to medium impact, I was able to get the AlloyDemo installed.
Weird, never had this problem with other nuget packages in VS.
Ah, so it's your local system problem.