how to deploy asp.net 1.1 website on windows server 2003

i have a asp.net 1.1 website and i want to deploy it on a windows server 2003 .
how and what all i have to deploy my wesite on the server 2003.
ziorrinfotechAsked:
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bennyshohamCommented:
Open the website in visual studio
Right click the web site and select "publish website"
follow instructions to publish into a temporary folder.
(assuming iis installed)
Copy this published folder into c:\inetpub\wwwroot directory of your 2003 server
create the virtual directory in iis with the proper definitions (permissions, default documet etc') like you had them in the development enviroment.
good luck !
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ziorrinfotechAuthor Commented:
hi bennyshoham
I have supplied the conaction string in the web config file.
before uploading the project i want to change the setting for connection in  the config file
so do i have to rebuild the project or i can direclty upload it to the server
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bennyshohamCommented:
No need to rebuild the project after changes to web.config file.
Notice that web.config is not included in the published folder, exactly for these reasons. make sure to copy it seperatly.
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