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I am looking for suggestions on a reseller hosting plan with Windows Server 2008/IIS7 and SQL Server. I am currently with aspnix and looking for options, mainly due to continuous lack of support. Support is definitely a criteria, as well as the option to migrate to VPS if needed.

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Crystaltech has reseller plans with the features you mentioned. I've used them for years (not as a reseller) and have always been happy with their support.

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I checked their offer and it's rather quirky, not a straight forward reseller offer by any stretch of imagination. –  RaduGrama Nov 11 '09 at 2:27
    
I'm assuming you saw this: crystaltech.com/resellers.aspx I don't know enough about reselling hosting to know what the quirky part is. –  Dennis Williamson Nov 11 '09 at 5:19
    
Usually you will see a well defined set of resources, a well known reseller control panel application (Plesk, Helm, etc.), and that's about it, you as a reseller can create your own plans, set your own prices, etc. The system on the page you pointed out gives you a preset plan and price, a bit unusual. –  RaduGrama Nov 11 '09 at 16:45
    
You might talk to them to see how they address these concerns. It is true that they have their own control panel, though. –  Dennis Williamson Nov 11 '09 at 19:02

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