Setting MS IIS to use PHP

Posted on 2004-09-29
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How do I proram MS IIS to use PHP, where do I install PHP
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Hi amielDorel,
do you mean IIS?

Install and configure PHP on Microsoft Windows .NET Server (IIS 6)

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or for IIS5 (windows 2000 or XP)
Installing and configuring PHP to work with IIS
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