In my experience the windows webserver is very basic and the apache
webserver is hard to use.
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> If you're runnng Win98, use PWS, Personal Web Server, available on the
> Win98 install CD. For NT, use IIS.
> On Mon, 9 Feb 2004 15:42:07 -0600, "Micky"
> >Is there any info on setting up webservers, we are interested in setting
> >our own server so clients may access backups of thier programs, etc.
> >> Stay informed about: Setting up webserver