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Default Create C# Web App Visual Studio on remote IIS 6

I have Visual Studio .NET 2003 on an XP and IIS 6.0 on a Windows 2003 server. I am trying to create a C# Web Application in Visual Studio .NET from the XP remotely to this server. It says I have a permission problem. I was using, on the server, File Sharing for the Web Settings (should I alter this to FrontPage Extensions?). Now I want the application to be created in a location other than the server's wwwroot. Do I do the following:create a physical directory on the server - say it is MyApp - and then create a virtual directory on that server - say MyApp - mapped to the physical directory?



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