If referred here by Alentus Support:
From the problem description this does seem to indicate some sort of
server-related issue. Unfortunatly we have not been able to identify any
particular thing on the server that may be causing it, which obviously
makes it difficult to solve.
For certain Website problems the best solution is to move a site to another server.
Moving the site involves some down-time and may require IIS or folder
permission customizations once it is moved. Typically the down-time is
only a few minutes.
We would also need confirmation and an appropriate time to do the move.
To help ensure a smooth move, we need a list of customizations done to
the site. Although many types of customizations are entered into our
system as simple text annotations to the domain, it is usually best if
the customer lets us know of any customizations before we go ahead with a
If there is reason to believe that the Website will need further work to
operate correctly on the "new" server, the "old" site can be left in
service while the customer tests the site on the "new" server. A
temporary access URL for the "new" site will be supplied for testing
purposes. Once it has been determined that the "new" site is operating
correctly, the "old" site can be shutdown and DNS pointed to the "new"
site. If there is any "dynamic" content on the website, such as an
Access Database that is updated regularly, this must be moved to the new
server to overwrite the "old" database at the time of switchover. This
is to ensure that any updates are included (updates that occured between
the time the initial "copy" of the website was moved to the new server
and the current switchover time). If data is being updated to a SQL or
MySQL server database, no special action is required as these databases
do not reside on the webservers.