<snip> > Actually copying a web project is not a very though process. > > 1. Make sure that you have FrontPage Server Extensions properly > installed on the server you want to copy your project to. > > 2. From visual studio .net IDE choose > -> copy project > -> destination project folder: http://www.example.com/ (where you want > to copy the proj) > -> web access method FrontPage > -> copy only files needed to run this application. > > 3. Click OK. Enter your credentials. > > 4. Start staring at the progress bar (that's what we developers do > most of the time, isn't it :) ) </snip> Thanks Volkan!! But if I am only copying files needed to run then I doesn't it just publish (copy) the .dlls? I need the copy to be a complete working copy...that is, I need an editable project file that, when built, is published in a different directory. Am I missing something here?