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Installing WAS without IIS

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 29, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WCF
I see that it is possible to install WAS and WCF Non-Http Activation on a machine. I do not want to install IIS (web server) but would like to have the management tool. However, if I were to install IIS, I'd have inetmgr where I could go in and setup the bindings. If you to want to install WAS, and create WCF services to be hosted in WAS, how would I manage to setup the default bindings? Thanks! STom

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