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

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Steven Collins • Edited

OK thanks I will try this when I get a chance.
Another issue im having which you may be able to help with is that we use a Virtual Machine to host the front end of our website. After installing PM2 globally under my login (the one I use to log on remotely to start a session), I am finding that PM2 only runs once I start a new session because the servers are only available up until 10pm and then restart at 7am. This means I have to start a new session each morning before PM2 starts and therefore starts the Express server. Ive also tried installing PM2 as a dependency in my project but not having much luck with it. Thanks.

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Peter Eysermans Author

I am currently looking into this myself. There is a npm package but I still have to try it out myself. This Stackoverflow question might also give some answers.