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[INFO] Two .NET project can't coexist in the same directory

VB6 developers might not immediately realize that two .NET projects must be stored in different folders. If you are converting two or more VB6 projects stored in the same folder, by default VB Migration Partner selects the same output directory for both .NET projects and the neat result is that the second .NET application overwrites the first one. Therefore, please pay attention to VB Migration Partner’s warning that indicates that you are about to overwrite an existing directory.

You can avoid this minor annoyance in two ways. The first, obvious way is to reorganize the VB6 projects so that they don’t share the same folder. The second way is migrating a VB6 project group that gathers the two projects instead of migrating each project separatedly.

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