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Proper way to deploy ASP.net to production web server

Here is how I was told to deploy my ASP.net(mostly intranet) website\program\application to the production web server in my company. Change necessary settings in web.config for production web server....
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How to handle different web root running in iis on locahost vs. web server (iis7)

I have several websites that I help manage. When running on my local machine (under iis7), the websites run on under a folder on my machine d:\WebRoot\TheWebsiteName and run as htt://localhost/...
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Imitating Exchange Server's “RBAC AuthZ” in my own application… (is there something similar?)

Exchange 2010 has a delegation model where groups of winrm cmdlets are essentally grouped into roles, and the roles assigned to a user. (Image source) This is a great & flexible model ...
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Using IIS as a server for non-http server

I am developing a system that is designed for multiple forms of interfacing. There is a website, but that is connected through an SDK, as well as an HTTP query interface to access data. But to improve ...
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Local and cloud editions?

I have a .NET web server application I'm building that I plan to host at a .NET cloud hosting platform, like AppHarbor with SQL server. It will be used by multiple small groups of people to record and ...
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TFS - web sites based under IIS - how to handle branching

I'm just looking for some advice/best practice for this situation: We have a solution with a couple of web sites in it (one is a web site project, the other is a web application project). We have ...
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Servicing background tasks on a large site

We're dealing with an interesting problem on StackOverflow. We've got a whole bunch of little "needs to be done soon-ish" tasks. An example is updating "Related Questions" lists. What we've done in ...