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FrontPageExtension and UNC.

Postby archana » Sat, 26 May 2007 13:51:29 GMT

Hi All,

I want to deploy my windows service on out production server.

I am not completely famililar with frontpageextension and UNc.

Can anyone tell me what exactly it means and what is better way of
deploying it.

I have IIS on my PC where i created virutal directory and in that
directory i created windows service.

I am confuse what exactly frontpage extension is.

Please help me.

thanks in advance.


Re: FrontPageExtension and UNC.

Postby Scott M. » Sat, 26 May 2007 21:04:14 GMT

FrontPage Server Extensions are extension programs/features to IIS that give 
it features it doesn't normally come with.  IIS can grant VS.NET access to a 
virtual directory using these extensions or the normal file share that the 
folder has.  It seems like the production server you want to deploy to, has 
not been configured to use the FPSE as your local machine has.

You can always just manually move the files.









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