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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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Datacenter platform engineer Lindows
Commented:
Hi,

Yes port 81 would be perfect as alternative.
About components, obviously you need ASP and for all others, if you dont know what is means like ISAPI, CGI or e.g. Websockets you probably dont need them. You can always add components later.

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