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IIS - Publish Website from VS 2005. I get message is VS2005 'Publish Failed'

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I am developing a web application in VS 2005. I try to depoly it to a remote Win XP Pro machine running IIS. In VS 2005 I get a message 'Publish Failed'. Where do I look to find details on why the publish failed, and what I need to do to correct it?

I have successfully deployed this web app to a Win 2003 Server with no problem, but no luck with this XP machine.
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Make sure your development machine has permissions to write to the XP machine running IIS.

Also, you can just manually transfer the files if you publish them locally or on the 2003 server.
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