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From "Jeremy Fuller" <jer...@wolf-studios.com>
Subject Re: NT Server
Date Mon, 22 Apr 2002 20:22:03 GMT
> Frontpage Extentions
>  (the only reason I can think of that folks would ask for an NT machine)

A few more reasons clients may ask for an NT-based web server:

1. Most ISPs only support ASP on NT servers
2. They might want to use MS SQL or Access (via ODBC) for their database
backend

But don't get me wrong... I'm a full fan of the Unix/BSD platform.  ;)


-- Jeremy




> > Hello everyone.
> > I have a question, that might be a bit off the topic, so please forgive
> > me.
> > I have been running Linux, and FreeBSD servers for my hosting company,
> > and
> > recently noticed that a lot of the people who get referred to me, are
> > asking
> > for NT servers.
> >
> > I am pretty familiar with the NT intranet servers, but have never made
> > a web
> > server using one.
> > So, here are the questions I have:
> > 1. Do I actually need to have an NT machine, or a Win2000 Server to
> > setup a
> > web server, or can I just use a Win2000 software to do this?
> >
> > 2. Is it fairly simple to operate a Windows server remotely?
> >
> > 3. Can anyone give me some quick pointers to get me started on this
> > please?
> >
> > I am looking for an inexpensive solution, if possible.




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