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Installing mcrypt while using Microsoft's Web Platform Installer

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Hi all..

I've looked around everywhere for an answer. I can't quite get mcrypt to work on my PHP installation that was installed using the Web Platform Installer.

I've copied libmcrypt.dll into my System32 and SysWOW64 dir. I've also copied php_mcrypt.dll into the ext directory that was listed in my php info output. I've also added extension=php_mcrypt.dll into my php.ini.

Nothing works! Any ideas?
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by:kiettyyyy
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Oh, yeah, I've followed everything on this other ExpertsExchange question. http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web_Development/Web_Languages-Standards/PHP/PHP_Windows/Q_24766107.html

None of it worked. Apparently they had the same problem as I did.
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by:meverest
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Hi,

scan your local disks for all versions on php.ini - sometimes the system will be using a different version than what you are editing.

Cheers.
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by:kiettyyyy
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I'm sure that I am editing the correct PHP file. It's the one that the PHP info says is currently loaded. I've changed this file for the past couple months and my settings went into effect.
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Alright, this is how I fixed it.

If you attempt to add the mhash or mcrypt extension into your PHP.ini file manually after installing PHP via WPI, PHP won't recognize the mcrypt or mhash extension.

In order to get mcrypt working properly, you have to go into your Control Panel, Programs, find your PHP installation, hit "Change" or "Modify", find mcrypt from the list and have it install onto the disk. Restart your IIS instance.

Good luck! This worked perfect for me!
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