Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by syphon00, Feb 6, 2002.
are there any good tutorials on how to do this?
No. and don't. IIS is your webserver now. Just make sure you at least run IISLockDown to prevent yourself becoming a CodeRed server. Check out http://www.ntcompatible.com/vb/showthread.php?s=&threadid=18896&highlight=iis and scroll down to clutch's post there for several resources.
Everyone bitches about IIS being a horrid security hole, but if you manage it right, it's a great webserver. (Note: I can't manage it "right" yet, but I'm at least not serving a lil' code red =) but I'll still do what I can if you have more questions about it.
You could always give Apache a try if you don't mind editing a text file to configure it. Although it's still not as stable on Windows as on *nix, I've been running it for 3 years and have never had any problems with it.