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FastCGI Timeout when connecting with PHP on IIS to a stored proceedure in MSSQL using ODBC

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Hi, I've got a script that is running a stored procedure in MSSQL.  The first command prepares the data (it was made for me by the database guy, so I don't know what it does) and is supposed to take 5 minutes to run.  When my PHP script runs it I get a timeout error:

FastCGI Error
The FastCGI Handler was unable to process the request.
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Error Details:
The FastCGI process exceeded configured activity timeout
Error Number: 258 (0x80070102).
Error Description: The wait operation timed out.
HTTP Error 500 - Server Error.
Internet Information Services (IIS)

The server guy said he fixed it but obviously did not.  Is this the default_socket_timeout parameter in the PHP.ini at work here?
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This guy had the same problem and was able to change some settings: I hope it is useful for you: http://forums.iis.net/t/1076662.aspx
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I had to do some extra work to figure out how to config fcgiext.ini correctly, but once that was done, it all worked out.

Thanks!
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