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We are using the VStudio 2010 Publish command to keep our ASP.NET MVC 3 website synchronized. However we need FTP to facilitate the update of large setup binaries. Every tutorial I found on the internet (like this one) talks about adding a new FTP site but I want to work on the same website already configured in IIS.

Is this really necessary?

I am only looking for a FTP account to be used with FileZilla FTP client to update our setup binaries in a website folder (that eventually will be even faster then copying files via Remote Desktop Connection).


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Just add an FTP binding to the existing site.

Like this!

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