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Files locations in WEB project

I'm learning WEB site stuff with C# and have a question.
In order to produce precompiled application (dlls and required for a real
hosting files) it's not enough to build the solution. It must be published.
This process will create necessery files.
I used to keep all data (including all VS projects) outside of my primary
partition. I'm using Symantec Ghost to create an image of my working primary
partition. In case I get some problem (installed some bad program, got some
problem with windows settings etc.) I restore the image within several
minutes and all problems fixed.
I like to keep my related files in one location.
Before I started WEB stuff with VS 2005 I had no problem with my approaches.
Now when I work with WEB in C# and select the location for my project for
instance "D:\MyVSSamples\MyTestWEB", it creates an additional folder
"C:\Documents and Settings\My Name\My Documents\Visual Studio
2005\Projects\MyTestWEB".
I wouldn't want to have files of my project in 2 locations. Every time when
VS asks me to save sln file it doesn't offer me the save dialog to select
another location and saves sln on drive C:. Later I can change it. The same
with publishing - it gives me the default path in "C:\Documents and
Settings\My Name\My Documents\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\MyTestWEB" folder.
Is there any setting in VS to change this behaviour? I wouldn't want to
change those locations every time.

Esha
Sep 23 '06 #1
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