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Old April 13th, 2004, 07:12 AM
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Hi!

Does IIS 5.0 run in XP? If not, is it wise to test software in XP (in XP's IIS) if the software is prepared to run in W2K / IIS 5.0.

The software uses ASP pages and SQL Server database.

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The windows XP professional comes with IIS 5.1. As far as i have found there is no problem in using IIS 5.1 for web applications previously running on IIS 5.0 with windows 2000

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