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CKKwan
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      06-02-2008
The Web Project in VS 2003 is created in the inetpub.

But in VS2005 / 2008, they store together in the project / soluction
directory.

Now, when I am migrating, how can I ensure that all these files (in
the inetpub) are moved into the project directory.

More importantly is that I do not have inetpub in my vista and is not
allowed to install.

Thanks in advance.
 
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      06-02-2008
1. Open Windows Explorer
2. Copy the bits from Inetpub to where you want the project to sit
NOTE: You can open from inetpub too, but this is wiser
3. Open VS 2008
4. Choose Open >> Website
5. Find the folder
6. Click open

That is it if you are doing the local build thing.

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"CKKwan" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> The Web Project in VS 2003 is created in the inetpub.
>
> But in VS2005 / 2008, they store together in the project / soluction
> directory.
>
> Now, when I am migrating, how can I ensure that all these files (in
> the inetpub) are moved into the project directory.
>
> More importantly is that I do not have inetpub in my vista and is not
> allowed to install.
>
> Thanks in advance.


 
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sturyuu5eye@gmail.com
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      06-03-2008
Thanks it works

On Jun 3, 1:28*am, "Cowboy \(Gregory A. Beamer\)"
<(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> 1. Open Windows Explorer
> 2. Copy the bits from Inetpub to where you want the project to sit
> * * NOTE: You can open from inetpub too, but this is wiser
> 3. Open VS 2008
> 4. Choose Open >> Website
> 5. Find the folder
> 6. Click open
>
> That is it if you are doing the local build thing.

 
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