I thought you couldn't run an EXE from a web page, you had to download it. How can it be that ClickOnce lets you choose online-only? Does it temporarily install the EXE on the users computer?


If I want my application to run online only and I use the publishing wizard in Visual Studio, how do I get the whole install thing onto my website? Do I upload something onto my site using FTP?
What do I upload onto the site? And once the files are on my website, what file does the user access to run my application online?

>I can't do that directly using Visual Studio?

No. In fact, visual studio is not a .net framework. It's an IDE.

>I can't do that directly using Visual Studio?

No. In fact, visual studio is not a .net framework. It's an IDE.

If I can't do that with Visual Studio, how come the VS publish wizard lets me select "available online only" then tells me to put in my URL and then tries (unsuccessfully, of course) to access my site?

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