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I am using Windows 10, Apache (Wampsever)  and develop using localhost. I have need to install IIS for some asp pages and still need to keep Apache for my php. I know IIS and Apache can co-exist by changing their listening ports, 80 or by bindings them to two separate IP address (one public and one local) etc. .
I will be changing the listening ports. In the Apache httpd.config, it shows
 Listen 0.0.0.0:80
Listen [::0]:80
Do I change them both to 81?
 When I view IIS to install, it has several sub-folder containing components. I know some of them to choose but not all of them. I will be using WebMatrix 2 or 3 to change these asp pages which were originally developed with VS Studio 6. I am also using MS SQL 2014, but in 2008 compatibility mode.Which IIS components should I choose?
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