I have experience with apache (not on windows), but none at all with
IIS. Don't think I want to go down that route.

On Sat, Aug 12, 2017 at 2:15 PM, Jani Tiainen <rede...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Certain version of IIS does have native WSGI support.
> Couldn't find it with my phone but google should help you with that.
> 12.8.2017 21.06 "Larry Martell" <larry.mart...@gmail.com> kirjoitti:
>> I have a django app that runs in linux. It uses nginx and uwsgi. I
>> have successfully deployed it with Docker, vagrant/VirtualBox, VMware,
>> kvm, and on bare metal. But now I have prospective client that refuses
>> to run linux, even in a VM. So I am tying to get my app running on
>> Windows Server 2016, piece by painful piece.
>> From what I have read nginx and uwsgi cannot be used on Windows. Is
>> that indeed true? Is my only option apache and mod_wsgi?

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