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AdLM on a Web Server?

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07-11-2000 01:44 PM
Jerry(?), I remember in the past some discussions about the dos' and dont's for AdLM server configurations regarding things like virtual folders, etc. Can AdLM run on a box that is also acting as a web server with IIS 4.0 or Personal Web Server running?

Dave
*milana, jerry
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Re: AdLM on a Web Server?

07-11-2000 03:39 PM in reply to: dstein
Dave,

We do not recommend AdLM running on a WEB server. Most WEB servers have
multiple physical or logical network connections that will cause AdLM
authentication failures which may occur intermentaly.

jerry

"dstein" wrote in message
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> Jerry(?), I remember in the past some discussions about the dos' and
dont's for AdLM server configurations regarding things like virtual folders,
etc. Can AdLM run on a box that is also acting as a web server with IIS 4.0
or Personal Web Server running?
>
> Dave
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07-12-2000 06:24 AM in reply to: dstein
Hi Jerry,

The machine that is a "web server" in this situation is simply a NT workstation running PWS (personal web server) with one network connection and NIC only. It's only a back-up web server, but mainly performs a workstation role. Do you think it could run AdLM successfully for a short period while I switch out our main AdLM box?

Dave
*Nehls, Kevin
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07-12-2000 08:27 AM in reply to: dstein
Why can't you keep AdLM running on your main box, install the new box and
setup AdLM on it then remove the old box?

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dstein wrote in message ...
>Hi Jerry,
>
>The machine that is a "web server" in this situation is simply a NT
workstation running PWS (personal web server) with one network connection
and NIC only. It's only a back-up web server, but mainly performs a
workstation role. Do you think it could run AdLM successfully for a short
period while I switch out our main AdLM box?
>
>Dave
*Stein, Dave
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07-14-2000 09:09 PM in reply to: dstein
The "old" box is going to become the "new" box. It will be taken down to
upgrade some hardware and to reinstall the OS (NT Server instead of NT
workstation). I just am limited on my choices to use for a temp AdLM server
at this time.

Dave

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