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Best practices for deploying p.words and other sensitive data to ASP.NET and Azure App Service. 05/21/2015; 7 minutes to read Contributors.Just double-checked - the only difference I can see is that I'm using Here is the code I'm using now, which is working and saving settings to my separate settings file Settings.config :.Is it possible to insert an XML element into my web.config using Web Deploy's Parameters.xml system? The XmlFile parameter "kind" appears to be the closest to what I need, but its match attribute .Keeping .NET app settings secrets out of source control. Whether your app is a desktop client app or a website, it's important to keep p.words, connection strings, and API keys out of source control..

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