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Discussion on: Hosting a Node.js application on Windows with IIS as reverse proxy

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Peter Eysermans Author

Did you already figured it out? I have not encountered this problem before. Maybe kill all the processes and just start the sign_in.js app and test what IIS is serving? You probably already tried it but I would start with the simplest case and try to get it to work.

Totally unrelated but you can name your applications in pm2 when you start them with the --name <app_name> parameter. It makes it easier to identify them.

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ScotterMonk

Hey Peter -
I didn't. Then I realized - after having some other issues with Node.js and then studying Python some - that I would switch gears and learn Python instead. Proved to be easier to set up on Windows Server AND easier to write code in.
Thanks for checking in!
Scott