When you are working with Windows Azure on your local machine, each time you deploy your application to the Development Fabric that particular deployment will receive a unique name along the lines of
<deploymentnumber> is a number that is incremented each time you deploy an application to Development Fabric. This may start to look ridiculous after a while, so you may want to reset the counter.
The Development Fabric uses a temp folder,
for storing deployed applications.
To reset the deployment counter go to
and delete all the previous deployments. Next, use Notepad to open the file
and reset the sole value in that file to 0.