PHP Websites Not Running on rebuilt Windows 2003 server

We have built a Windows 2003 server to replace one that is currently in situ but very unstable. It is a webhosting platform running IIS 6 with PHP and ASPX websites. ASPX websites work fine but any websites running PHP return a 404 error when we try to load them. We have checked permissions on the PHP folder (C:\PHP) and these are the same as those on the unstable server.

Grateful for any advice on what may be causing the issue or what we may be overlooking. Thanks.
lushsoftAsked:
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Zac HarrisSystems Administrator Commented:
Try using this site to setup the server, I know sometimes I tend to overlook things when I rebuild a server. Always good to look at a guide just for clarity sake....

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lushsoftAuthor Commented:
Thanks. You're right, I missed a step!
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