Move project to remote server

My net connection doesn't allow me to use visual studio to directly create my project on my colocated server (Win Serv. 2003). So I'm developing/testing locally and now need to upload the project to the remote server.

So far, I've found one document that talks about moving a project but it assumes I have vs on both machine. While I have the 1.1 framework installed (and a couple basic .aspx pages) already running on the remote box I shouldn't have to install Visual Studio there...I just want to upload whatever it takes to serve my new pages from there.

Where's the recipe?

thankx
juststeveAsked:
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mmarinovConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Hi nauman_ahmed,

also you have to create your directory as virtual directory in the IIS ( open IIS console, right click on your directory's name and choose Properties and there in Directory tab click on Create button

Regards!
B..M
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razoConnect With a Mentor Commented:
u only need the framework to run ur pages
as for the upload u need to upload aspx pages and the dll of the website and any addtional resources u used
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nauman_ahmedConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Juststeve,

Just move *.aspx, web.config,global.asax, and the bin directory to the remote server. You will need just the mentioned files in making your asp.net up and running.

Best, Nauman.
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tusharashahConnect With a Mentor Commented:
You can deploy an ASP.NET Web application using one of the following three deployment options.

- XCOPY Deployment
- Using the Copy Project option in VS .NET
- Deployment using VS.NET installer

To read more about each option: http://www.15seconds.com/issue/030806.htm

-tushar
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tusharashahCommented:
Although, moving files (the way previously suggested) through FTP will stay easier. You can use tools like:
 http://www.SmartFtp.com/
 http://www.cuteftp.com/cuteftppro/

-tushar
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