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I'm looking for a supplier for hosting a Virtual server, running Windows Server 2008 (R2 ideally) and .NET 4 to run an internet facing ASP.NET web application.

I'd also like to be able to remote desktop onto it, and install other apps as necessary, including other websites as and when.

I'm based in the UK, so a UK based supplier would be great. I was looking at Fasthosts, but having researched them a bit more, they look like a bad idea.

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I feel a bit odd suggesting this, but if it is a virtual server for which you can logon to (e.g. Administer) then surely you can install .Net Framework 4.0 onto it yourself...

therefore you just require a virtual server that most hosting companies offer...

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Sounds reasonable to me. I'll amend the question... –  Nick Haslam May 17 '10 at 9:50

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