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Bug #26323 Windows installer version damages IIS 5.0
Submitted: 2003-11-19 13:34 UTC Modified: 2003-11-25 20:09 UTC
From: omarh at cox dot net Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: IIS related
PHP Version: 4.3.4 OS: Win2K Pro Sp5
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2003-11-19 13:34 UTC] omarh at cox dot net
I used the automatic Windows installer for PHP 4.3.4 because the manual method wasn't workin for some reason.  
After running the Windows installer, it worked perfectly.  Problem was, my ASP.NET pages were messed up. They ran incredibly slowly, and session state was messed up in ASP.NET apps.  Everything seemed to work great in PHP though.
The only way I could fix it was to uninstall PHP, uninstall IIS, and reinstall IIS.
Now ASP.NET works great but no PHP.
I'm going to try the manual method again...but Thought I should warn others about the windows installer and ASP.NET on IIS 5

Reproduce code:
Windows installer

Expected result:
Shouldn't affect ASP.NET performance.

Actual result:
Slows down and cripples ASP.NET


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 [2003-11-19 19:36 UTC]
Just guessing..but what is the 'asp_tags' setting set to in your php.ini? (check from phpinfo() output)

 [2003-11-25 15:36 UTC]
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 [2003-11-25 16:21 UTC] omarh at cox dot net
I got it working by uninstalling IIS, reinstalling it, then installing PHP 4.3.5(latest build) the manual way.
Now it works...but I have PHP working from a different virtual folder than the one ASP works in. Just in case :)
 [2003-11-25 20:09 UTC]
As it works -> bogus.

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