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    Question ASP Servers

    Hey you guys know of any server that works with ASP and is free. Just as a test site. Just so you can see your work and what not???

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    Re: ASP Servers

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    Hey you guys know of any server that works with ASP and is free. Just as a test site. Just so you can see your work and what not???
    www.brinkster.com
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    so what your telling me i cant find one for free? i would at least have to pay something so i can test my stuff out??

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    WinXP Pro comes bundled with IIS.

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    ok thanks dave, appreciate it

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    Originally posted by Scripter
    so what your telling me i cant find one for free? i would at least have to pay something so i can test my stuff out??


    Did you not check my link? Brinkster provides you with free asp enabled account. I think they call it educational account. Its on the main page. I guess you didnt look...

    http://www.brinkster.com/Hosting/Educational.aspx
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    It must be hidden nicely, cause I looked there too and I missed it also.

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    Originally posted by Danial


    Sorry, too busy trying to stare at those uhm... little cups.

    But I think it'd be better to have a personal web server to test out the pages, instead of having to upload it each time.

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    Originally posted by mendhak
    Sorry, too busy trying to stare at those uhm... little cups.

    But I think it'd be better to have a personal web server to test out the pages, instead of having to upload it each time.
    Little cups, You mean the mug

    Scripter, Yes for testing Local IIS would be the best way to go. Once you finish testing in your local machine then upload it in Brinkster and I guess do you deployment testing there.

    Good old days brinkster used to be ad free, I think they have some embeded ads now. Not sure as I have not used them in a long while.
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    oh sorry chief, i didnt see that at the bottom.

    thank you kid sirs

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    Yes, Brinkster now has embeded ads, I believe they put them on the right side, I havn't used them in a while either so I'm not 100% sure.

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