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I have two computer. One is in a LAN,and another is outside the LAN.

I have two computer. One is in a LAN,and another is outside the LAN.
I setup the IIS in the LAN computer . HOw can I Let the IIS user Can access Outside computer.
I have Let the adminitrator as the IIS user,but it did't work. ( I user adminitrator user can access Internet.)
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sup99
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asanmiguelCommented:
IIS is a pain to work with if you've never worked with it before. You'll save yourself a lot of aggrivation if you just put it on the a router. If there's something that you don't anyone on the other computer to see on the computer currently not the LAN, change the subnet, workgroup, and disable all shares, and that should do it.
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sup99Author Commented:
Sorry .My Eng is poor.

I Have a page :



 <%

 getHTTPPage(http://www.experts-exchange.com)

      function getHTTPPage(url)
            on error resume next
            dim http
            set http=Server.createobject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP")
            Http.open "GET",url,false ,"jbcase\ligongyuan","finefine"
            Http.send()
            if Http.readystate<>4 then
                  exit function
            end if
            getHTTPPage=bytes2BSTR(Http.responseBody)
            set http=nothing
            if err.number<>0 then err.Clear  
      end function
%>



It can't get the page . if I  getHTTPPage(http://loclhost/),it can get the page .
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