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I am using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010  to create several SSRS reports.
When started project I was prompted where I want to save my solution and project files.
It is set up by default to go on my local drive in Visual studio 2010\Project folder that is place where I saved them.
As other developers need access to project I am working on we need to move that project  to share folder on server.
I would like to change location of existing saved solution and project files from my local drive to shared server folder. I assume that must be some simple way to do this.
How I can do it.
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Copy the project folder over to the shared location. Can be done using save project as or physically copying, Rename the folder on the local computer, this will break the shortcuts in Visual Studio and VS will prompt you to remove them. Open the project from the shared location and your done. You can delete the project from your local drive or save it as a back up if you wish, after you have verified the project is moved.
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Thanks a lot
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