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I have enabled IIS7 and would like to use it in combination with PHP. For that I have already installed PHP. And than I found a rather detailed description of how I can make IIS7 be able to use PHP. However, I have problems on the very last steps. As executable I need to indicate "php5isapi.dll" and I do not have this file. In my "C:\Program Files\PHP" I have several *.dll files: libeay32.dll, libpq.dll, php5ts.dll, ssleay32.dll. I tried to use "php5ts.dll" (because it's name is the most similar to the "php5isapi.dll").

When I press OK I get a window which is very similar to those given in the instruction. It is written there:

Do you want to allow this ISAPI extension? Click "Yes" and add the extension with an "Allowed" entry to the ISAPI and CGI Restrictions list or to update an existing extension entry to "Allowed" in the ISAPI and CGI Restriction list.

I click "Yes" and get an window with an error message:

The specified module required by this handler is not in the modules list. If you are adding a script map handler mapping, the IsapiModule or the CgiModule must be in the modules list.

Can anybody explain me what's going on here?

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If you used the PHP installer I would definitely recommend going back and grabbing the binaries yourself. I had lots of problems when I went to install PHP last, the installer does not contain all the files found in the direct binary download and for using with iis7 I found that I in fact needed them. –  Charles Feb 26 '10 at 20:24
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Have a look at this question over on SO:

Why is php5isapi.dll missing after installing PHP for Windows?

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