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Old March 9th, 2004, 08:23 AM
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AFAIK, two IP addresses shouldn't make a difference.

But how do you create the initial project? You should create a project at http://ServerNameOrIP/WebapplicationName. Then VS.NET tries to connect to that server, finds out the physical location, and then offers you to browse to the network share / folder. You can't open a project directly using DriverLetter:\WebApplication.

Why did you create a wwwroot folder? If IIS is set up correctly on the server, there should already be a c:\Inetppub\wwwroot folder. Did that folder exist? Where does G:\ map to?

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