On Tuesday, February 19, 2002, at 07:52  AM, Jack wrote:

> Dear All
> I had Setup a Website in a IIS Server 4.0, but i just want to know what 
> is
> the different between the Apache Server and IIS server?
> Thx
> jack

Day and night. Both are webservers. IIS is made by Microsoft and only 
runs on Windows. Apache is made by the Apache organization and will run 
on Windows, but is most commonly used on Unix based OS's such as 
Solaris, BSD, Linux, AIX, HP-UX, IRIX....etc. There's also 
security/stability issues to take into account. Both webservers have 
exploits, but IIS tends to have more and more serious ones. IIS is also 
not as scalable as Apache. On the other hand IIS is easier to configure 
and setup for beginners. In the end either one can and will work just 
fine if the administrator (you) knows what they are doing.

I think, therefore, I am... not related to you.

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