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    Default I need help from Win 2K users

    Hi, i require two files from Win2K users. They are IIS.dll and IIS.inf

    As for the locations, here they are:

    c:\windows\inf
    for IIS.inf

    and

    c:\windows\system32
    for IIS.dll

    can you please send it to mungki3@hotmail.com ?? I need this two files to run IIS on my XP home. Apparently, microsoft doesn't think that XP home users deserves IIS.

    Oh ya, any knows of any other method to run ASP on localhost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OzOn3
    Hi, i require two files from Win2K users. They are IIS.dll and IIS.inf

    As for the locations, here they are:

    c:\windows\inf
    for IIS.inf

    and

    c:\windows\system32
    for IIS.dll

    can you please send it to mungki3@hotmail.com ?? I need this two files to run IIS on my XP home. Apparently, microsoft doesn't think that XP home users deserves IIS.

    Oh ya, any knows of any other method to run ASP on localhost?

    XP was not designed to be a server software, of course M$ do not supply it mah ......

    Anyway, why not try Apache instead ..... it is definately more stable the IIS.

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    U can try to d/l PWS (Personal Web Server) from Microsoft, it's some sort of a scaled-down IIS for 95/98 and probably XP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJ23
    U can try to d/l PWS (Personal Web Server) from Microsoft, it's some sort of a scaled-down IIS for 95/98 and probably XP.
    Think he want something that can work with ASP.

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    ASP works with PWS.

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    win2k or winnt does not have windows folder, only winnt. which is


    c:\winnt\
    c:\winnt\system
    c:\winnt\system32
    Objection !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJ23
    ASP works with PWS.
    Well ... maybe, I never work with PWS before, I still Like Apache, noticably more stable and secured then even IIS. Further more, more cross platform, Unix, Linux, Windows NT, XP too (I think).

    It is free of charge too ..... why not?

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    PWS is free too.

    But ultimately, it depends on the CGI that one need, if one dun need ASP, Apache is of course a better choice. But if one need ASP, one has no choice but to get MS products.

    Quote Originally Posted by blurblock
    Well ... maybe, I never work with PWS before, I still Like Apache, noticably more stable and secured then even IIS. Further more, more cross platform, Unix, Linux, Windows NT, XP too (I think).

    It is free of charge too ..... why not?

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    I think to make IIS or PWS run on XP Home is quite complicated. Why not just get XP Pro, im sure many have it. Do an upgrade...no hassle.
    Apache is brilliant for php and jsp. For asp, or aspx...only IIS will do.

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