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hosting a net.asp website

We have ou own website already hosted by our ISP.

One of our clients has asked us to add a section to it, but have written the site in asp.net. Our ISP does mnot support this.

We do have a microsoft server (sbs2011) ourselves, and wondered whether we couldhost this ourselves, and place a link on our current website to redirect to the sub site location.

Alternatively, are you aware of iny service providers who can host an ASP.NET website?

Any advice much appreciated.

Many thanks.
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nigelbeatson

8/22/2022 - Mon
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nigelbeatson

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Do you know whether it is complex to setup?

Many thanks.
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ASP.NET setup is a breeze. What may complicate things are the different versions and add-ons needed for a particular development. I've found IX admins quite apt at figuring things out. They might be able to lend a hand if you run into trouble. Their live chat is very good and available 24x7.
nigelbeatson

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Thats great. Im live chat now.

Thanks.
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nigelbeatson

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Thats just what we need. Many thanks.