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Usually php on iis will thow 404 errors if the install doesn't go right. However, works OK, but (different site in IIS, different folder) gives a 404 error. However

Been using this instance on the default site for some time OK, but php does't seem to work (other than the test file) on a new site.

Am I going crazy?

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They all work for me.      = 'test'    = 'test' = 'browserinfo..'

test.php includes phpinfo.. you might not want to publish that..

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Hmmm, wouldn't work yesterday. still isn't working. – Dan Feb 23 '10 at 0:08
that worked for me, output ='No input file specified' Which is a php error, not an IIS error or a 404.. so, its working! Check your doc_root and cgi.force_redirect directives.. – Grizly Feb 23 '10 at 0:44
doc_root it was! – Dan Feb 23 '10 at 13:00

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