Silverlight Site Configuration
1. Copy the Silverlight Website folder to Server Location.
2. Open IIS Manager (Start-> All Programs -> Administrative Tools -> Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager)
3. Open Server Node (local Computer)
4. Open ‘Web Sites’ node.
5. Open Default running web site node
6. Right Click web site node and select New -> Virtual Directory
7. When the Virtual Directory Creation Wizard comes up click next
8. Enter the correct Alias ‘[some name]’
9. Click ‘Next’
10. Click ‘Browse’ and find the physical location of the site directory by drilling down in the ‘Browse For Folder’ and then select ‘OK’
11. Click ‘Next’
12. Select ‘Run Scripts’ check box
13. Click ‘Next’
14. Click ‘Finish’
Web Part Configuration
1. Make sure the wep part project is compiled.
2. Copy the project to the Sharepoint server.
3. Copy the WebPart.dll to the bin directory under the wwwroot.
4. From the VS command prompt navigate to the bin directory under wwwroot.
5. gacutil the dll which should look something like this: gacutil –i WebPart.dll
6. from this same location in the VS command prompt use the command: sn –T WebPart.dll to find the strong name key. For example: 7dd6db7c5d0189b7
7. Find the Sharepoint Web.config by opening up the IIS Manager and selecting the core site and then right click on the web.config and file the file location.
8. Add a ‘safecontrol’ node to the safecontrols section like this:
Namespace="[some name space]"
9. Make sure the dwp file has a valid public token.
10. Go to the Sharepoint home page.
11. Click Site Actions and select ‘Show Page Editing Toolbar’
12. Click Page button in the toolbar.
13. Select ‘Add Web Parts’ -> Import
14. Click Browse and find the dwp file in the project.
15. Click ‘Upload’
16. Select ‘Add to: Top Zone’
17. Click ‘Import’
18. Close the import right hand bar
19. Select publish from the toolbar
So I'm not saying this is the right method or the best way todo it but it worked for me in my case... abit of a hack but well its Sharepoint :)