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how can i use asp with mac osx
can i get iis worked with mac os
plz help because i'm new with mac os and apple environment

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IIS and ASP are Microsoft technologies. There is nothing in OS X which will enable you to Serve ASP pages. If you were to get an Intel based mac you could install Windows (Server 2000 or 2003) in a Virtual Machine (Parallels)

Alternatively you could recode or convert your WEbsite to use php. OS X has Apache and installing php and one of the open source Databases (MySQL or Postgres) should suit your requirements.
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