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Installing PHP 4.3.3 on MS Server 2003

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I am going to undertake the operation of installing PHP 4.3.3 on a windows server 2003 system. All I really need to know is if they is any step by step instruction guides or manuals available and/or possible problem scenerios that I might come up against.
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by:Beverley Portlock
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Is there a reason why you are installing 4.3.3 when it is no longer fully supported? Install WAMP and get all the latest installs and it is an automated process. You can always reassign Apache to port 81 to leave port 80 free for IIS. The WAMP install is largely automatic.

http://www.wampserver.com/en
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The reason for it being 4.3.3 is we are planning to put PHPBB onto the intranet that is being designed. Would this still all be possible??
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Aparantly PHPBB is not supported with PHP5 onwards...hense why iot needs to be 4.3.3
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That is incorrect. I run both PHPBB2 and PHPBB3 on PHP5/MySQL5.
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