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Is this possible?  Setting up a Win7 machine to act like a application server?  
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You can setup windows 7 as a IIS server you are limited to 10 connections to the server. but there is a way around this limitation

setup iis 7.5
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc725762.aspx

getting around the 10 connections limit to your windows 7 iis server
http://cmdcomputerservices.com/Windows7Tweaks.aspx
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Thanks.  This helps a lot
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