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Hi Imar,

I'm having an odd Visual Studio behavior. When I add a new web site project I'm getting 2 folders instead of 1 folder. The second folder is the same name with "(2)" after the folder name. Something like this:

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The second folder has the .sln in it, but the site itself is in the first folder.

Have you come across this before?

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Did you set the Projects folder to be your default Save location for projects in Visual Studio?

When you create a web site, Visual Studio saves the .sln (Solution File) in your default Projects folder. In your case, the two seem to be saved in the same parent folder.

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