Friday, February 17, 2006

Roaming Web Applications in Visual Studio 2003

Visual Studio 2003 provides a nice development environment for creating ASP.NET web applications. However, it has significant shortcomings that create difficulties in a school lab environment: in order to debug ASP.NET applications, the user must

Run IIS on the local workstation

Have administrator-level privileges to the local workstation

Store project files on the c: drive

In a lab environment, it is usually not desirable for users to have administrative privileges on the workstations, and it is preferable for project files to be stored on a network server, rather than a local workstation drive. Read more...

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