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asp.net mvc how do I change my root directory

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I have a site working in visual studio.  I want to test it on my webserver.  I can deploy to mydomain.com/test, but my application is set up to work with mydomain.com.  Is there an easy way to change the root in my mvc project to be down one level?
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Hi,
Could you not simply just change the WEB properties Virtual Path location from / to /test and then deploy?
I just removed VS2010 last month so I cannot confirm.
-Hades666
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Thanks, how?
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Should be something like right click on your Project, Click Properties and then the WEB tab. - Hades666
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