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    ASP hosting

    hey guys ..

    looking for ASP hosting provider that supports MS_SQL 2005 and ASP.net 2.0 with relieable poeple ..
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    Try looking around the WHT offers section. You may find what your looking for there.
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    Find an ASP.Net host who supports MS SQL 2005 and read reviews -- there are many with good reviews and reliability.

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    I would recommend Discountasp. They are a solid ASP/ASP.NET host.

    If you are looking for a dedicated hosting solution, then I would recommend Maximumasp.

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    Hi

    What is your budget? and also before looking for a host, it would help to have in mind some facts, such as prefered datacentre location ie USA/UK etc.
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    Hi there,

    What sort of application are you hoping to run?

    Cheers,

    Mark

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    TechEvolution would be the company I recommend. We use them for some things and they are fantastic

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    how many MB of SQL Server are you using? And how about your budget for it? MSSQL usually costs a lot

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