Making phtml files work in IIS6

I got PHP files working on my Server 2003 server. All is well. However, I can't seem to get .phtml files to work as well. I've installed ActivePerl and an htm page with some Perl works fine.

What do I need to do to get these phtml files to work? If I need to modify the fcgiext.ini file, what is the setting? I see all sorts of help for Apache servers and the Plesk control panel, but nothing for Windows.

ce4LessUserAsked:
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RovastarCommented:
I think all you need is php installed. HAve you done that?
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ce4LessUserAuthor Commented:
Yes. I've installed PHP and when I open test.php all looks great. I'm wondering if there is some mapping somewhere that has to be made for phtml files?
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