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Hi

I have four dotnet applications reside in F:\MyApplication folder

now i want to build these four applications once this is compiled fine and i want to

deploy in IIS , i want to make all these automated process by giving single command

in command prompt , please guide how to go ahead.
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You need to publish and deploy. And you need to powershell to do that.
These may help you other wise search "How to publish and deploy asp .net project using powershell"

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4281296/net-build-deploy
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1024145/how-to-customize-publication-in-asp-net
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Many thanks...
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