Transferring web C# projects to a different computer

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    Transferring web C# projects to a different computer

    Hi I have a question. I want to transfer all of my files from the shared PC to my laptop. Let's say that I want to transfer all of my solution containing projects to my laptop. I have noticed that there's a VSWebCache folder inside C:\Documents and Settings\<User Name> (<User Name> is a name of a user's account). Do I have to transfer the contents inside VSWebCache as my Visual C# Web Solutions connect to the Internet to the web server for developing web sites. Here's another question. Since Visual C# .net connects to the Internet, does it uses the VSWebCache?

    If you (moderators/administrators) belive that this should belong in Network programming, then move it there.
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    Never mind. I think I got it to work using the feature called "Add existing project from Web" without having to transfer all the needed files from one computer to another.

    If you have Visual Studio .net or Visual C# .net/Visual Basic.net/Visual C++.net etc. and wish to move all your web projects which you're working in your web site to a different computer, you can do the following:

    1. Connect your computer that you want to add your web project to the Internet.

    2. Launch Visual Studio .net and create a new solution. (File -> New, Visual Studio Solutions, then Blank Solutions and type the name of your solution.)

    3. In the Solution Explorer, right-click the name of the solution, slide down to Add, then Add an Existing project from Web.

    4. Type in the Type your web URL on which you're developing your web site.

    5. Find the project that you want to add to your Visual Studio Solutions.

    6. Depending on which method you selected in the Options from hte Tools menu, you may be prompted to enter your user name and password.

    7. Repeat steps 3 to 6 to add more projects that you had made in your web site.

    Moderators/Administrators, my thread had turned from topic about Visual C# to Network Programming. Can you move this to Network programming forum? Thanks.
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