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Configuring IIS 5.1 on portable for (temporary) usage as webserver on Intranet

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I need to put our ASP.NET application on a portable for our client. On this portable , IIS 5.1 is used.

The application works fine under IIS 5.1 but, we need to use this portable as a server too (temporarily) ? So, different people can connect via the intranet to this portable.

Can anyone describe me in detail the proces to follow?

Urgent please !
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what do you mean 'portable'?

so that you can connect it to /any/ lan and access it from other lan clients?

just find out what the IP address is: start->connect to->show all connections, right click the lan adapter, choose properties, select 'support' tab.  Now just use that IP address in any browser, e.g: http://192.168.1.123

Cheers.
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The IIS 5.1 is running on a portable ...
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right....  ok, so does my previous comment help at all?
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