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Is it possible that IIS, Xampp that consist of mysql,apache and php in

newphpcodernewphpcoder Posts: 21Member
Good day!

Is it possible that IIS 6.0, Xampp 1.7.1 that consist of Apace,Mysql and php were in windows server 2003? to work a intranet website and the client can view my website with internet connection.

I will discuss the configuration that I done:
Firstly, In my windows server 2003 , it has IIS 6.0 installed, and I installed Xampp. I got the conflict in port between IIS and Apache, So i change my port in apache from 80 to 81. Then i click the admin beside the mysql in the xampp which the output is phpmyadmin webpage, but sad to say the output is The Page cannot be displayed. I don't know why it happens. I need phpmyadmin to store my database for my webpage.

Secondly, I uninstalled the IIS, so now I only have xampp and the phpmyadmin was work now. My problem is I don't how can i configure it, so that the user who are member in active directory can access my website by typing the url: http:\ in their url bar. By the way I created DNS in ym server but the Active directory was on the other server.

Honestly, Before I work IIS,mysql 4,SQLYog,PHP, DNS and Active Directory in Windows Server 2003 to work my php website. i used forward lookup zone to access the user my website using the url: http:\

Now I really don't know what configuration and what I need to used to run my website.

Thank you...
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