IIS and Apache on same server :D (1 Viewer)

Crapz

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    the 2 canr run on the same IP but if you add en extra ip to your NIC then i runs nice like

    IIS :
    192.168.0.10:80
    Apache:
    192.168.0.111:82
    you just need to set up your router :)
     

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