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- Subject: Re: IIS and Apache ( Mar 12, 2001, 18:04:56 )
Yes and no... Obviously you can't have the two servers bonded to the same port, but you are able to keep them both running at the same time. I'm doing that on my Win2K box:
Apache runs the webserver, and serves the bulk of my pages off port 80.
I run IIS for the FTP site and an administrative http:// site to allow me some control over the box, as well as manipulations of my FTP sites (I run an anon ftp site some times to allow users to upload files to me, so when I need it, I log into the Admin site, turn on my anon ftp, set to 1 user at a time, and let my customers upload. When they're done, they call me, and I turn it off - through the http:// interface on IIS's Administrative Web site). Just run your IIS stuff off an alternate port (or Apache on something else), and you should be fine. When two services bond to the same port is when you're going to have trouble.

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