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ASP.Net application on seperate remote IIS and Fileserver

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Ok, we think we have a problem which SHOULD be simple to resolve but
appears to be impossible (unless we're not as good as we thought we
were!!!)

We have seperate workstations on which we do our development.
We have a seperate server running IIS which hosts all our development
websites.
We have a seperate fileserver where all our source code is kept in a
very neat file structure.

What we want to do is setup a new VS.Net project where the files will
reside on the file server, but the IIS server will serve the asp.net
code developed on the workstations.

How is this done so that from a workstation, a user can setup a new
project on our IIS server, storing the source on a file server?

Microsoft recommend that user work in an isolated environment, and
should avoid semi-isolated and non-isolated or shared environments,
but this has its drawbacks as well as its advantages and we would like
to know how these other environments are configured and installed.

Your opinions are welcome
Jul 21 '05 #1
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