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Is there a way to create a root (home) directory for multiple websites on the same machine (with IIS)? For instance, I would like to use this address for one website: [url]http://1stWebsite/index.asp[/url] And then I’d like to use this address for another website: [url]http://2ndWebsite/index.asp[/url] I’d like to implement this on a single machine running Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition. Can this be done is I use different port values....

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    Default Maintaining multiple Web Server Route Directories

    Is there a way to create a root (home) directory for multiple websites on the
    same machine (with IIS)?

    For instance, I would like to use this address for one website:
    [url]http://1stWebsite/index.asp[/url]

    And then I’d like to use this address for another website:
    [url]http://2ndWebsite/index.asp[/url]

    I’d like to implement this on a single machine running Microsoft Windows
    Server 2003 Standard Edition.

    Can this be done is I use different port values.

    John L. Guest

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    Default RE: Maintaining multiple Web Server Route Directories

    I posted thie question days ago. Why is there still no response!?!

    Please assist me. I appreciate it.

    John.

    "John L." wrote:
    > Is there a way to create a root (home) directory for multiple websites on the
    > same machine (with IIS)?
    >
    > For instance, I would like to use this address for one website:
    > [url]http://1stWebsite/index.asp[/url]
    >
    > And then I’d like to use this address for another website:
    > [url]http://2ndWebsite/index.asp[/url]
    >
    > I’d like to implement this on a single machine running Microsoft Windows
    > Server 2003 Standard Edition.
    >
    > Can this be done is I use different port values.
    >
    John L. Guest

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    Default Re: Maintaining multiple Web Server Route Directories

    John wrote on Wed, 27 Feb 2008 06:24:01 -0800:
    > I posted thie question days ago. Why is there still no response!?!
    Just like your other post, it's in the wrong group. Not many people use this
    one, and as for discussing ASP Components some, like myself, probably just
    ignored it. Try posting in microsoft.public.inetserver.iis instead. Please
    try to post in the relevant groups.

    --
    Dan


    Daniel Crichton Guest

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