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seting up a server

Posted on 1998-12-08
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Hi,

How can I make of my PC a simple html-server

 with CGI-scripts, etc...

For Windows98. Possible?
FOR WindowsNT. Possible?

Zif.
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You can install Personal Web Server from Microsoft.  It is on the Win98 CD.  Look in the addons/pws folder on the win98 CD.
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What for WinNT?
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Same thing for NT.  You can DL Internet Information Server 4.0 from Microsoft for free.
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