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Old October 9th, 2003, 11:08 AM
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Default What Web Server Can I Use with Windows XP Home Ed?


Hello:

I have used the PWS (Personal Web Server) with Windows 98, but now I have a new PC with Windows XP Home Edition Version 2002. What web server can I use on this PC ? I want to use the server as an ASP Web Server on my PC and MS IE6 or Netscape as the web browser. Also, where can I find it ? Windows XP Home Edition does not seem to have PWS, or IIS6 and www.microsoft.com has IIS6 only for Windows XP Professional Edition. Please help !!

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IIS isn't available for XP Home and that's all there is to it. your best bet is to upgrade to XP Pro!

The only other thing I can think of is to install Apache webserver and Chilli to run the ASP, personally I wouldn't go down that route, but its up to you.

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