1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 20, 2006 12:12 PM by Tom Benjamin

    Do I need a stand-alone server?

    rogercrawford
      Hi all. I intend to install CPS on Windows Server 2003. I have two or three instances of Windows Server 2003 already running. However the CPS doc states that CPS should be installed on its own server. Is that really true? Can I just install on a production server?
        • 1. Re: Do I need a stand-alone server?
          Tom Benjamin Level 1
          I have the CPS installed on a Windows 2003 server which runs several other web-related applications. I think it's safe to install on an existing production server, just bear in mind that you'll need space for your web sites. And I’d suggest installing Contribute 3 on the same server as you need the CPS and Contribute 3 to administer the web sites.