It depends on your IIS version. If you have a "real version", you can create multiple Web sites. Simply right-click your server name or Web sites, and choose New Web site (or something like that). This allows you to create multiple sites. I think that this works fine on Windows Server editions (2000, 2003 etc), but not on XP.
To distinguish between sites, IIS needs a unique profile for each site. Basically, the Host Header name an the port number make up a unique site. So http://MySite
can run on the same machine (port 80 is used as the default port). Also, http://MySite:80
can also run at the same time.
ISPs use host headers to distinguish between sites. So www.yourSite.com
can both run at one physical machine and IP address, yet the Web server is able to see what site belongs where.
In your case, it all depends on what hrisoft is. If you replace it with Internet IP names (i.e. www.yourSite.com
and your machine has the IP address that belongs to this URL), things will work fine.
If hrisoft is a local name and you expect your local machine and other machines in your network to see it it, you'll need to add entries to LMHost or setup a DNS server in your network that takes care of these things.
In all cases, the Host Header in IIS is an important part......
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