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Posted on 1998-08-18
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I have recently reconfigured my machine (Windows 95) and cannot remember where I installed ASP from in my old configuration.. I have the latest MSDN subscription CD's but I don't know if it is in there or not, there are lots of them! I have personal web server installed.

If you know the exact cd or a URL where I can download Active Server Pages, I would be grateful.
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