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easy webserver (windows) that can handle HTTP handlers written in .NET

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Goodmorning,

We have a service that uses a http handler written in C# running on internet information server. However this is incredibly cumbersome in testing- also we would like to develop a more portable solution. And IIS and portability don't mix well..

So my question is

Is there a webserver (open source of otherwise) running on Windows, that can handle HTTP handlers (an EXE) written in .NET? Or is there another solution?

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