So, we're evaluating Sitefinity and currently building everything locally. I've got two projects, completely following the SiteSync Prerequisites & Restrictions documentation. They are both running under the same instance of Sitefinity Project Manager on localhost. The connection URL I'm using in the sync settings is: localhost:3801/.../
All I'm getting as an error is, "Server localhost:3801/.../ is not accessible." Am I missing something?
Found in this video that the receiving server must be on IIS, not the default Sitefinity Project Manager. Would be useful to have in the standard written documentation.
I have the same issue here. I have an enterprise license, my staging is running on iis, I created a separated admin account for staging and staging is not logged in. And the anonymous authentication is enabled... I ran out the clue.
When I create my staging, I actually restored db from my local sitefinity db, I guess it will have the same sitefinity instance ID, Is this the same problem as you mentioned in your point 1? Otherwise, my staging is running on aws, could this be a potential problem, too?
Thanks for the reply. It turned out the SiteSync module wasn't installed on my staging in the first place. Once I installed the module, "Allow content from other sites to be published to this site", then set the Site Key larger than 1, everything is working now.