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Is there a web server available under Windows 3.11 which supports CGI ?
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Try http://tech.west.ora.com/win-httpd/

That should do the trick. It's free for non-commercial use. There area a few others out there that are commercial, but I figured that was not what you wanted.
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Thanks for the info. Can you also provide the few other win 3.11  webservers that you are aware of as this is needed for a commercial use.
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A list:

Windows HTTPD
(probably been around longest, free for non-commercial use, $99 for commercial use)
http://tech.west.ora.com/win-httpd/

Webreflex
(demo available, price on request)
http://www.sapio.co.uk/reflex/

Xitami
(16 bit version doesn't support CGI yet, 32 bit versions do, Freeware, might be worth upgrading the OS for :) )
http://www.imatix.com/

W4-server
(shareware, crippled, runs for 30 times, have no pricing info)
http://cam021206.student.utwente.nl

http://www.zbserver.com/ used to have a 16 bit version that did CGI as well, but I don't think they still support it.

Of course, for win95/NT there are a lot more options. :)
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