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ASP.NET Application Walkthrough

.NET Framework 1.1

This section provides a series of walkthroughs that show you how to deploy ASP.NET Web applications. To deploy an ASP.NET Web application, you must first create a root directory and then a directory structure under the root to contain the application files. Then you copy the application files to this directory structure.

In This Section

Walkthrough: Creating an ASP.NET Web Application Root Directory with IIS
Describes how to create a Web application root directory using Internet Information Services (IIS).
Walkthrough: Creating a Directory Structure for an ASP.NET Web Application
Describes how to create directories to contain ASP.NET application files and includes a sample directory structure.
Walkthrough: Deploying an ASP.NET Web Application
Describes deployment options for ASP.NET applications and explains how to use the XCOPY tool.

Related Sections

ASP.NET Applications
Defines the file types and directory structures that can make up ASP.NET Web applications and how to use the Global.asax file.
ASP.NET Configuration
Describes how to configure ASP.NET applications.
Creating ASP.NET Web Applications
Describes how to develop enterprise-class Web applications with ASP.NET.
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