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I have a svn hosted account that is about to expire.  I want to host it myself on my own very small home network.  I have a hyper-v box that always has a windows 7 vm running.  I want the easiest way to either host it on the 2008 box, a win 7 vm, or even another vm.  I really don't want to get into days of learning to create an apache vm, but if there was something canned that I could download and basically turn on, I would be open to that.  Otherwise, what is the easiest way to do this on my home network.  Each computer can already see each other.

Thanks!

And remember, I know nothing about server/admin/config stuff.  It is usually set up for me!
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Could you describe more detailed your needs, please? It looks like you want to run Web site on your own 2008/7 OS? Then you can install and configure IIS 7.0 for that. But I need few more details.

Thank you in advance.
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Thanks for the response.  I actually just found a great solution.  It was extremely easy, I just installed it and it worked.  Visual SVN server
http://www.visualsvn.com/
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So, great! :)
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