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XAMPP and SBS 2008

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I have to install XAMPP on SBS2008 for some application. Does anybodu have experience with that and what kind of problem can I expect?
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you'll want to change the HTTP port of apache.  otherwise, you'll have issues.  here's how to do that.

http://www.apachefriends.org/f/viewtopic.php?t=20376
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Acctually, this is one solution a other one is to create another IP address, then point apache on that IP and IIS point on first IP address so both going to use port 80.
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excellent! i'd never thought of that. thanks for the follow-up and the points!
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