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  • Virtual Hosting - Map Drive To Standard Resources

    Greetings All,

    Maybe this already exists and maybe it does not.

    My applications require that I install .NET SDK 2.0. It would be great if had a drive mapped (say 'S:' for Software) such that everyone could use to install generally accepted 'stuff' instead of having to go through the hassle of uploading it before you can install it.

    I am sure there are tons of things that people could use. It would be a nice thing for to do and it would not require too much diskspace on their part.

    Also, it would not eat into your bandwidth when you upload it.

    Best to all,


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    Re: Virtual Hosting - Map Drive To Standard Resources

    Hi Paul,

    That is an interesting suggestion. The best place to put forth ideas like that is on our IDEAS page at Our development team will look at those suggestions and will take them into consideration when they look for new projects.

    Have a great day.


    Daryl Brown
    Key Accounts Manager


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      do you have ebook guide for VPS..?