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Thread began 3/30/2009 7:01 pm by Stratavarius | Last modified 7/05/2011 8:18 am by Stratavarius | 8954 views | 8 replies

helpfuldynamics375327

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Originally Said By: helpfuldynamics375327
  I've followed this tutorial to the letter.

web_dev_begin.pdf

I'm at the point this point---> Configuring IIS for Vista (page 8)

In step 4 (adding a script map)

I've input the required values:

Request path: *.php
Executable: C:\php\php5isapi.dll
Name: PHP

When I click OK, the Add Script Map dialogue appears...
I click Yes, as instructed, but then an error window pops up saying,

"The specified module required by this handler is not in the modules list."

How do I overcome this?

I'd like to finish the rest of the set up...

Thanks.  



I think you're on your own dude...

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