Ok thanks. Will check on the ISA side. I've it up and running on a laptop fine.
Will let you know progress. Would you say it should be fine just
running the app from the zope server on 8080 once it is running,rather
than configuring to go through IIS?What's your experience?
On 8/9/05, Philip Kilner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi Michael,
> Michael nt milne wrote:
> > I read though that you have to do a re-write in IIS or install an
> > ISAPI re-write extension so that IIS speaks to zope. There's also the
> > 404 asp script in Andy Mckay's book.
> This only applies if you are using the /same/ ports on IIS as Zope.
> Using 8080 should keep it separate.
> > Apparently IIS hogs all the ports and has to be forced not to.
> Not quite - it hogs it's ports (e.g. 21, 80, 443) on all IPs (socket
> pooling) unless sense is kicked into it.
> See: -
> > Not sure about ISA server.
> Since it is a firewall and would know about IIS but not Zope, you do
> need to know if it's in play...
> Can I suggest you try this on a plain Windows workstation, so you can
> see how it "normally" works?
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