personal Web server


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personal Web server

(1) A Web server that is used to host Web pages for individuals or employees.

(2) (Personal Web Server) Web server software for Windows from Microsoft. Personal Web Server (PWS) is an abbreviated version of Internet Information Server (IIS), and was made available as an NT option as well as a free download from its website. Personal Web Server supports ASP pages, but does not support an FTP function.
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Personal Web Server can be used on a Windows 95/98 machine.
Windows 95/98: Microsoft Personal Web Server 4 configured with Lasso 3.
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The iMarkup Workgroup Server runs on Windows NT/2000 running IIS and Windows 98 running the Personal Web Server.
The iMarkup Workgroup Server runs on Windows NT/2000 running IIS or Windows 98 running the Personal Web Server.
0 turns a user's PC into a personal Web server, providing the ability to share, store, retrieve and edit-in-place documents and other files to and from any other Magi-installed device.
The iMarkup Workgroup Server runs on Windows NT/2000 running IIS, Windows 98 running the Personal Web Server, or UNIX with a Web Server that supports Java.
The XML platform combines a number of technologies - a network operating system, document management workflow, unified messaging and a personal Web server.
A common attack is to scan for a legitimate service running on the user's PC that allows access to files on the user's system, such as a file sharing service or a personal web server.
PowerFAQ supports Microsoft NT / 95 / 98, and supports Web servers such as IIS, Personal Web Server and Apache.
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