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I'm not even sure how to describe this problem, but here goes.

I'm working on SSIS (VS2008) stuff, and I recently added a script task to a package. My problem is that it always saves the script task project the C:\Users\John.Simmons\... path.

I need it to be saved to a network share, but I haven't seen any way to change the path. Using "Save As..." does not work because that only affects the .cs file in the task project. I need the ENTIRE project to be moved.

Is this even possible to do?

What I have tried:

Googled my angry and annoyed redneck ass off.
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Updated 27-Jun-17 4:00am

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Nevermind - it turns out that only libraries that are in the GAC can be referenced, so it ends up not mattering where the project is saved because it can only get to the GAC on MY machine, and I don't have permissions to install anything on any box.

F*ck my life.

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Update - I can't even execute an external process because the app is being run from a network share, which causes the "We can't verify who created this file" dialog box to pop up, and it requires human intervention to dismiss it.

GRRRRRR.
   
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