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Deploying webservice for info path on IIS

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I have created a web service on Windows server 2008 and using VS 2010..

In VS 2010 solution after i finish writing the code once I deploy it writes the file to the wwwroot folder and publishes file

So my question is I need to deploy this same solution on a separate XP sp3 machine that are not on the same network.. The service is intended to run independently on this XP Machine

I tried to install the VS 2010 on the xp machine to deploy but it wont install..


Is there a way for me to configure these file individually on the XP machine with out VS

 
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You should be able to just copy the files (after you build the code).  NOT the solution file, but open the folder that is stored with the solution file and copy all those files (should be folders like app_Data, bin, obj, properties, and you web.config file as well as the service.asmx, and any classes you created).

Copy all of those and make a folder for them on the machine.  Then in IIS add a new website and use that folder as the directory.
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Thats what I thought..but its not working
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Thats why I tried to install the VS 2010 and deploy it there but i cant install VS 2010 on my Windows XP mode it crashes
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