I need to deploy LMS 3.0.1 and AAS 2.1 into a customer's network. Physical space in the room destined to host the servers is tight, and I would like to know if LMS and AAS can co-exist on the same server. Has anyone ever done this?
I haven't see anyone attempt to do this before, but I would not recommend it. As CAAS 2.1 does file transfers and has web server there is going to be port contention. This may lead to one or both of the applications not working properly if at all.
Packet capture is a very important part of CAAS and this could cause more problems when installed with LMS as it also has a packet capture tool built in.
Also keep in mind that LMS does not support some of the operating systems that CAAS supports including linux and windows XP.
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