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Chapter 37. FrontPage 2000 and the Micro... > Understanding the Personal Web Serve...

Understanding the Personal Web Server and the Personal Web Manager

The PWS is a light-duty World Wide Web server, and is not intended for supporting large Webs that are accessed by many people (it can sustain only 10 simultaneous connections). It is designed to install easily on machines running Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows NT Workstation. It does not run on Windows NT Server, which requires the PWS's big brother, Internet Information Server.

Associated closely with the PWS is the Personal Web Manager. As its name suggests, this is for managing Webs that are hosted by the PWS. The Manager also furnishes Web publishing facilities, a Home Page Wizard, and configuration tools.


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