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VB.NET Website deployment

Posted on 2007-03-19
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I have created a website using VB.NET, but am currently having to run it via the Visual Basic Studio. I would like complete notes on how to setup my website on a computer so it can be accessed via an actual webpage. Also I would like to package this up into an installer as the website will be passed out to users with no expereince on VB.NET.

I also have a web.config file which needs to be modified according to a system. How can this be done on a end users computer?
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I'd recommend that you use the Visual Studio's own "Web Setup" Project type.   It will do exactly what you're talking about

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/wx3b589t(VS.80).aspx
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