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Default Where to install Visual Studio 2005 for ASP devel

I want to install visual studio in the right operating system. If I am planning on hosting my own web site on my Windows 2003 server would it be smart to install and do all my development on the server. Or would it be smarter to develop on my PC and upload the aspx file up onto the server?

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There is no added benifit from developing directly on a the server and, moreover, if this is something you plan to do professionally you will never develop directly on the server anyway. So I would set up your PC as your dev box and simply move your application over to your server as necessary.

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