Ok, this won't answer your question, but ...
If you are this early in the process you may want to take your losses and go to a host that is better suited for nopcommerce.
I have been using godaddy with nopcommerce for several years now. I am staying there just because it is too big of a pita to switch to another server - And I have adapted to the shortcomings.
Please be aware, there are a lot of nopcommerce things that don't work with godaddy. Printing invoices, some reports, changing things like the beginning order number (starting with 1 is too low), etc. Godaddy does not allow you the permissions needed to do those things. The service people are very helpful, but it is like trying to carry hay home in a Porsche vs a pickup truck.
Oh, if you search you will find an autoinstaller for nopcommerce at godaddy. It may work better to use that, then upload your site in regular upgrade order. Be sure to move to their net 4.0 server.