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Old July 21st, 2008, 11:24 AM
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Hey everyone

im just wondering if anyone would recommend anyone to host asp.net sites like this im currently using fasthost for when i did a few things with classic asp and just basic html/css site

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I have used DiscountASP.Net for many years and have had very good results.

http://discountasp.net/

They have been the "asp.netPRO Magazine's Readers' Choice Award Poll" winner for "Best ASP.NET Hosting Service" for the last 4 years. (I am not affiliated with them in any way, just a satisfied customer.)

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Yeah thanx, Ive just been looking at them,



 
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In order to have the dynamic database website like planetwrox I'm going to have to pay to activate MS SQL 2005 arnt I?


 
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Yes. Most hosting solutions use a fully managed SQL server installation instead of SQL express as SQL Express doesn't support the enterprise functionality required for a real hosting environment. (Plus, of course, they want you to spend more money.)

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I have been using GoDaddy.com for about 5 years and really like them - in fact, last year they called me to say that they were lowering my hosting fee. No change in plan, just a few bucks less.

I'm not sure what their "optional services" that cost extra might be, but it's worth the click to find out.

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