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Installing WebAssist on IIS and SQL

Thread began 4/07/2010 2:44 pm by info401163 | Last modified 4/07/2010 3:17 pm by Jason Byrnes | 503 views | 1 replies |


Installing WebAssist on IIS and SQL

I'm installing WebAssist in a clients environment. They want the database and web services installed on their servers. They are running IIS 6.0 and SQL 2005 Standard edition, both on Windows Server 2003.

Is it possible to install WebAssist in their environment or do I need to use a hosting provider like 1 and 1?

If it is possible, where can I find instructions on configuring IIS to see the Store folder?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

PowerStore requires a PHP Server with MySQL Database server to run. You will not be able to use the SQL 2005 database server.

It is possible to configure IIS 6 to run PHP. See the following for details:

You best bet will be to use a hosting provide like 1and1, you will not have to perform any extra server configuration.

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