I'm a current FogBugz customer and I have it installed on my own server -- not a hosted account.
Is the best practice to install Kiln on it's own server, or is it OK to install it on the same server as FogBugz? Is this recomended? Are there any drawbacks or limitation? Is thre a best practice that I should be aware of?
EDIT - My current FogBugz server is a VM running in an ESX environment so it really does not cost me anything to setup a seperate server -- all of my OS licensees are available for multiple use -- so please don't consider the cost of a dedicated server when responding.
Not only is it okay to install Kiln and FogBugz on the same server; you have to. Kiln and FogBugz need to be on the same machine so that they can easily and securely exchange the data that enables their tight integration.
When you run the Kiln installer, it will recognize your FogBugz inst and ask if you want to use that as your FogBugz base. Then, after the Installer has run and you enter your license info everything should be all set up.
If you have a fully up to date version of FogBugz you should also be able to simply enter your Kiln license information under Admin >> Licenses and Kiln will start to work.
I hope this helps! Let us know if you have any other questions.