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IIS7 - Deploy a website from VS 2010

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I am trying to deploy a website from VS 2010 to IIS7.  Here are my plans:

I have checked "Create a deployment package as a zip file"

In the Publish Profile I am deploying to a file system.

Then I will use the IIS7 Manager to Import the Application from the zip file.
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When I do the Publish in VS 2010, it DOES NOT create the Zip file in the file system.  The build log does not show any errors.  I know the file system is good and I can write to that file system.  

Any ideas why it is not creating the zip file?

Thank you
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Question by:Tom Sage
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strickdd earned 500 total points
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Try deploying to your Desktop. This will help eliminate potential permissions issues. If that works, try the root of c:\ on your local computer. If this works, it is an issue with the folder on the server, assuming you are using an NTFS share.
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This did not resolve the problem, but I would like to close this question.
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