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Hi I have a question. Would it be possible to use uniform server on hosting servers? Let's say your hosting runs asp server and not php server, could uniformserver run php scripts on such hosting? If not would it be possible in furture / or pay for this functionality as a custom solution for us?

 

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martin

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You cannot run 2 webservers. First thing, you do not have permission to run Uniform Server on your hosts server because you can't run a server in a server... :unsure:

 

You can run the Uniform Server on your computer as a production server and link both together but you can't run a server in a server. Possibility is that your hosts uses IIS and there is no way to run another server on a server...

 

Kinda confusing actually.. :rolleyes:

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But you cannot run two webservers on the same computer...and very few webhosts give people the permissions necessary to run exe files on their servers.

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Can be possible, if you use Virtual Machines :lol::) Right?


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Now is the question how do you want to use those 2 servers, my w2k3 server runs with pelsk to configure the IIS server, but plesk also uses apache to execute it's own stuff that they have made.

But if you want a server that can run asp and php, then it's more easy just to install php on the IIS server if you allready have it.


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