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While I was writing that post I thought, hey, why not write how to create a zipped file for deployment as well, so here goes. I already had a publish profile for an App Service as seen in Figure 1, therefore I needed an additional profile for my local folder deployment. Figure 1, deploy locally then compress and deploy a Visual Studio project.
If you have ever hosted a website or even administrated a server you'll be very well aware of bad people trying bad things with your stuff. When I first hosted my own little linux box with SSH access at age 13 I read through the logs daily and report the IPs mostly from China and Russia who tried to connect to my sweet little box which was actually an old ThinkPad T21 with a broken display running under my bed to their ISPs. Actually if you have a linux server with SSH exposed you can see how many connection attempts are made every day:.