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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com and currently supports Microsoft's Personal Web Server, Peer Web Services and Internet Information Server (IIS).
For end users, Motorola's SoftDSL technology enables simultaneous Internet connection and telephone operation, flexible installation and readiness for applications such as high-speed Web browsing, desktop videoconferencing, low- latency online gaming and support for multiple PCs and personal Web servers.
For end users, Motorola's SoftDSL technology is designed to enable simultaneous Internet connection and telephone operation, flexible installation and readiness for applications such as high-speed Web browsing, desktop videoconferencing, low-latency online gaming and support for multiple PCs and personal Web servers.
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