has excellent installation documentation available here. However that documentation is not specific to installing your mojoPortal CMS on Arvixe into your own ASP Hosting package.
Lets get started.
Download the latest mojoPortal deployment files here.
Once there, simply click on a Download image button like this
and the latest version of mojoPortal (about 20 Meg) will start downloading.
On your PC copy the downloaded file into a new empty folder and extract it’s zipped content.
The contents of the folder will look like this.
To install mojoportal we need all the folder and files inside the this wwwroot folder to be copied to the server. That’s almost 8,000 files and we are only concerned with editing one. Before we do that lets first Login to your Arvixe Control Panel and create your mojoPortal MS SQL database and User, because we need that database information to edit the file.
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Posted under ASP .NET 3.5, MojoPortal, MSSQL, Using Arvixe
September 17, 2010 Microsoft issued a Security Advisory
Vulnerability in ASP.NET
This not the first time, nor will it be the last time.
Who is responsible for the security of your Web Site?
MojoPortal has a lot of documentation on Securing MojoPortal. They also have documentation on How and Why You Should Generate a Custom Machine Key.
However, in this blog post I am going to walk you through making a Custom machine key in crystal clear detail with all the pictures included.
First make sure you are logged in as administrator and go to the Administration Menu. If your screen looks like this and Security Advisor says “Needs Attention!” click Learn More. If it does not, stop reading for now and you are done.