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Create project on networked computer

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Hi,

On my development machine I have vs.net installed and I am able to
create a web application project No problem, this is located at
http://localhost which I am guessing is the default.
we have a number of other windows servers on the network all running
IIS (some 5.0, others 6.0) however when creating a project from my local
machine, I wish the project to be located on one of the networked servers.
However VS.net will not let me create then project on the networked server.

for example I can access the networked server though the URL

http://Pluto/web/default.html

however when creating the project and I am presented with the dialog to
specify a location for the project, if I type

http://pluto/

then I am told that VS is not set up for this and do I want to use frontpage
extensions -- definatlly not..

I am guessing that the account that creates the project on my local machine
does not have access to do it on the networked machine.
trouble is I don't know what account it is or indeed if this is the problem.

could somebody help me out ot point me to relavant links.

any help is appreciated.

cheers

martin.

Nov 17 '05 #1
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