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Mayank Sharma Visual Studio / Express
Visual Studio and working with projects on UNC share
This is just a note to myself on what needs to be changed while working on projects that are on a UNC share. Problem 1: The first problem is the Trust level for Intranet Zone. Fix: Go to Control Panel\Administrative Tools\ and launch Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Configuration Tool. Click on Runtime Security Policy, then in the right pane, click Adjust Zone Security. Click Local Intranet and change the trust level for this zone to Full Trust. Then you might get this error: Problem2: The network BIOS ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 26, 2011 9:47 AM

Remove Projects in Visual Studio recent project list
As such, you cannot remove the projects that are listed in the Visual Studio recent projects list on the Start page. One option is the find the projects which you want to remove in the location specified by the shortcuts, then either delete them or rename them and come back to VS and click the project name, you will get a message box asking you whether to remove the entry from the list. Another option is to edit the registry entry (Warning! All registry edits should be done at your own risk). I found ......

Posted On Thursday, July 16, 2009 10:30 AM

Open / Create Website menu item missing from Visual Studio 2008 Start Page
I recently installed a third party control and it had an option to add the control to my Visual Studio toolbox. When it installed the control to my toolbox, I noticed that the "Open / Create Website" option on the Start Page was missing. I tried everything from repairing the install to uninstalling and installing VS 2008 all over again. Nothing worked, but then a saw a comment on resetting the VS settings. For some, it may not be an option but I had only a few custom settings which I could change ......

Posted On Thursday, July 16, 2009 10:21 AM

More shortcuts for Visual Studio

Aashish Gupta has posted a nice list of shorcuts in Visual Studio.

Here's the link:

Posted On Wednesday, January 21, 2009 4:25 AM

Auto indent code in Visual Studio or Express editions
I learned a nice trick today to auto indent code on aspx or code pages. Simply select the piece of code to be indented, press Ctrl+K and then press Ctrl+F and all the html or code will be nicely indented.

Posted On Wednesday, December 17, 2008 2:17 PM

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