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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    and they say IIS/Windows is easy to use.....

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    Just to add something else into the mix, I intend to use Microsoft Media Services aswell to stream video. What would be the best order to install / setup the following

    IIS, WSUS, MMS, Apache?

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    Why exactly do you need Apache AND IIS?

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    Presumably he has PHP and ASP based sites.

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    PHP works on IIS

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    PHP runs so much better on Apache though

    ...W2K3 box which will be used for WUS plus as a media / photo server. Now i know WUS uses IIS. I want to use MyQSL / Apache / Joomla / Gallery2 for the media serving stuff. Is this poss?

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    I know php works with IIS, but in previous experience, not at all well, plus can be a pig to setup.

    I need IIS so that I can use WSUS + MMS. I also want to run gallery2 and a Joomla based intranet, and having these on an apache based webserver is a doddle to setup and manage.

    If I had a 3rd server I would use one box for IIS and one for Apache, but I can't so both have to be on the same box.

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    I've set up Mambo and Moodle on IIS before now (the server was also running DotNetNuke) and it was relatively easy.

    I have found PHP very easy in the past to use with IIS - simply use the Windows Installer download and then download the package for manual install since that contains all the extra modules - copy these into the relevant directory and enable them in php.ini.

    Just a suggestion - I know that you ideally want to use LAMP because it is more stable and generally easier to configure and use.

    Another suggestion would be to use VMWare to produce a virtual Linux server running Apache - maybe a little OTT though.

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    why not use host headers?


    in DNS configure 2 records with the same ip such as iis.schoolname.sch.uk and apache.schoolname.sch.uk

    in IIS, configure host headers to filter the traffic between the 2 sites:

    iis.schoolname.sch.uk -> IIS website
    apache.schoolname.sch.uk -> apache website running on a non standard port

    not 100% if this will work but its worth a try

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    The problem was getting apache + IIS to both run on port 80 at the same time.

    Cheers for all the info guys. I now have a server running WUS and MMS on IIS and a working Apache server all running off port 80.

    Using a different port for appache and the one IP address was easiest to setup. But decided to go with the 2 different IP addresses and share the port. saved having :xxxx at the end of the address.

    Thanks again ppl

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    I'm having a huge problem getting IIS to allow Apache to use port 443, port 80 was easy as the items on IIS (RM Managment console) are not using it but i cannot get IIS to let me have port 443 in apache on a different IP address to the RM stuff. Anyone any ideas how to solve this?

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