The fun never ends...

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Wardeaux, Apr 27, 2004.

  1. Wardeaux

    Wardeaux Guest

    Hey all,
    I've just installed Win2003 and having no end of trouble getting my
    projects(created under win2K) to load. I'm having trouble getting my
    project to load from my webserver. Whenever I load it, it makes a local
    copy and I "Work offline". Not ALL my projects do this, just some. Where
    do I configure that within the project so that I can work "online" from my
    server? MANY thanks in advance!
    wardeaux
    Wardeaux, Apr 27, 2004
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  2. Wardeaux

    Wardeaux Guest

    Thanks anyways.... as soon as I posted this message I found my answer...
    figures... I'm developing this intense love-hate relationship with Win2K3...
    wardeaux
    "Wardeaux" <> wrote in message
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    > Hey all,
    > I've just installed Win2003 and having no end of trouble getting my
    > projects(created under win2K) to load. I'm having trouble getting my
    > project to load from my webserver. Whenever I load it, it makes a local
    > copy and I "Work offline". Not ALL my projects do this, just some. Where
    > do I configure that within the project so that I can work "online" from my
    > server? MANY thanks in advance!
    > wardeaux
    >
    >
    Wardeaux, Apr 27, 2004
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