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I am trying to set up a web server that has both php and asp on it.  I would also prefer to have mysql and mssql on it also, but that is not an absolute must have.  Has anyone done this before?  I am pretty sure I have read of people doing it, but cannot seem to find any documentation.  
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Its very easy to do using windows.  ASP works out of the box in Windows 2000/2003.

PHP can be added to windows

http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/php/2000/12/14/php_admin.html has a decent walk threw, but the dll file you configure should be called php5isapi.dll if you install version 5 of php.

you can download the php files from www.php.net.
I recommend you do not use an installed, and manually install the files like onlamp shows.

Mysql and Mssql I am not sure if can co-exist on the same server, I have never tried that.  Mysql setup is very very simple though.

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