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    Hosting Guru ezekiel97 is on a distinguished road
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    running apache on Win2003 with IIS

    Im having a problem, i have Windows Server 2003 and it has IIS automatically installed on it, and i want apache. do i need to unintstall IIS and install apache or can apache run with IIS on it?

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    You can run it, i do the same.
    But i removed IIS.

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    you can run apache with IIS, just change port,
    such as , IIS use port 80 apach use port8080 etc

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    It's impossible for both servers to listen on the same port at the same IP address: since a single socket can only be opened by a single process, only the first server configured for a certain IP/port combination will successfully bind, and the second one will fail.

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