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Debugging WebParts from a remote (client) computer, how can this be done...

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Hi iam setting up a workstation and a server and i wish to be able to debug some webparts iam going to be creating in Visual Basic.NET

The server currently has Windows 2003 Server, an SQL server and Microsoft Sharepoint 2003, all works perfectly
The client it running Windows XP and Visual Studio .NET

What i want to do now is make it possible for me to debug my webparts from within Visual Studio... how can this be done ?
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