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I'm getting th error "unable to connect to the asp.net development server 2008"
It's been working fine for months and all the sudden.I'm fairly new at this so if you have a fix I will need details.
I created a site and am trying to grant another pesron access to upload
changes to it without giving them my super-user login.
I made a login for her but I can't test whether it works or not because no
matter how much I "disconnect" in the Copy Web Site page of VWD 2010, reconnecting to the same site always logs in as
my superuser account without prompting me for a login again.
How do I test is the account it set up correctly before having her try to
upload to it? I want to force the login to remote site dialog to pop up
again to test her account.
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