PHP on a microsoft webserver

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We have a web sever at my work a that has the company internet and intranet sites on it. We want to put up another website using php, is this possible on a microsoft webserver?
ASKED: March 16, 2005  12:30 PM
UPDATED: March 25, 2005  6:56 PM

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Dear Nate

check out this URL for your solution.

http://www.devarticles.com/c/a/Apache/Installing-PHP-under-Windows/

Hope this helps ;)

All the best

Best Regards

Anil Mahadev

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  • Sonotsky
    You bet it is. There are a number of books out right now for PHP, or PHP under Apache, many of which cover PHP on Windows. I have one myself, but for the life of me, can't recall the title. It covers both Linux and Windows-based solutions. Check your local bookstore if you want more info. Cheers
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  • CarlBeech
    Hi, It's straight forward if you want to use apache - you can get a full unstallation program, see www.firepages.com.au - comes fully pre-configured, even has some applications ready to go. - only trouble is if you need to make the system co-exist with IIS on the same server - it's simplest (yes you can do it), to make the IIS system work on port 8080, and let apache use port 80 - i.e. the standard web page port. You can make apache use port 8080 instead, but I've not done that. Your alternative is to try and get php running with IIS - I've heard it can be done, (apparently best to use CGI mode), but I've not seen too much success myself with this as yet.... Hope this helps Carl.
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