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I am currently using Visual Studio 2005 beta 1 and I would like to add an update component.  I want to be able to have the user click on an update button and it will check a remote host for any new updates I have developed.  Does anyone know of an easy way of doing this.  I know about ClickOnce but I am having troubles getting it up and running and I figured there has to be another way.   Thanks in advance.
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