Problem with phpmyadmin with IIS. Fix?

Posted on 2011-09-29
Last Modified: 2013-12-13
Hi there;

While i am trying to connect mysql server with phpmyadmin, i have the following error.

The configruation file is also attached.

I have IIS 7.5 as web server.

Note that I can reach mysql via command line.

Kind regards.
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ID: 36818313
FYI the screenshot is hardly readable.  Suggest you copy+paste the error text here.
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I believe this one is readable.

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It looks like an IIS configuration issue, not PHPMyadmin configuration.  I don't use IIS myself but see the comments 31 and 36-39 on this page for some clues:

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So, enabling and disabling is the only way but which ones? This shouldn't be that hard...

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