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Configuring Windows 2003 server (localhost)

I have purchased a Go Daddy Windows 2003 server. The problem is I can't access my site via localhost but it can be accessed via a URL. What should I look for?
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How to handle multiple virtualhost (w/ alias) on Windows?

Well, I know how to do virtual hosts, but on windows it looks harder to get what i want to. <VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin admin@domaindev.com DocumentRoot ...
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Hosting one app on 2 virtual machines that are located on a single machine— any problem?

I have a web application, it's hosted across two different virtual machines, and it happens that the two virtual machines are located on a single machine. All of the three physical machine, virtual ...
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What inconsistencies should I expect between WAMP and LAMP stacks?

I am used to a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) stack, but occasionally I must use a WAMP (Windows ...) stack to meet certain client requirements. I haven't run into any significant differences, but ...