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Web Deployment Tool / msdeploy rocks.... if you are staying within same major version of IIS. However, I have seen significant headaches going from 7.x to 8.x.
While I certainly wouldn't consider it best practice, nor appropriate to do this without informing the customer, it is possible that your hosting provider, if they also manage your domain name and DNS settings, could have moved your website to different server either temporarily or permanently in order to keep your website online while carrying out ...
Next time when this happens, you can circumvent the proxy cache and see what's on your server directly. Instead of using your domain name and going to wwww.myaddress.com/foo2.htm you can direct your browser to your server explicitly, avoiding the dns lookup and any magical stuff inbetween: http://<your server's ip>/foo2.htm
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