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starmanj (Guest) #1
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On XP Pro, I type in <a href="http://localhost" target="_blank">http://localhost</a>, and up pops two windows describing Microsoft's IIS.  <a href="http://localhost/localstart.asp" target="_blank">http://localhost/localstart.asp</a> is the new address.<BR><BR>How can I get past this?  Can I give browseramp a different address?<BR>Thanks!<BR><BR><a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a><BR><a href=""></a>
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Never mind, I figured out how.  For all running IIS: enter <a href="http://localhost:80" target="_blank">http://localhost:80</a> (or whatever port you changed it to, if port 80 was in use).<BR><BR>That gets you to browseamp's browser.<BR><BR>Can you customize this great app so you can give it a better name and avoid IIS conflict?  Like <a href="http://browseamp" target="_blank">http://browseamp</a> ?<BR><BR><a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a><BR><a href=""></a>
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Okay, another dumb question-- how do you access the server from other computers?  Type in <a href="http://computername/localhost:port#??" target="_blank">http://computername/localhost:port#??</a><BR><BR>Thanks, couldn't find the answer in helpfiles.<BR>Starmanj<BR><BR><a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a><BR><a href=""></a>
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well if you want to turn off your IIS its not hard just right click on my computer select manage on the left side expand services and applications then expand internet information services then expand Web sites then anything under that folder is a server running just right click on it and hit stop. There ya go your IIS server is off if you want to you could change the port of the IIS server. Also about your dumb question it depends. on a Lan you type your lan such as <a href="" target="_blank"></a> this is a example. if your IIS server is off no need to tell what port to goto. also if you want to access over the internet you should check with your isp to see what ports the block such as my cable internet they block port 80 to be accessed over the internet so you could use another port like 82 etc. so you would just put your Internet ip in. so it may look something like <a href="" target="_blank"></a> NOT your lan ip in this. if you have a router dont forget to forward the port to your computer<BR><BR><a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a><BR><a href=""></a>
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