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I've installed IIS on Windows 7(Ultimate) by going to control panel>add/remove features/ then checking the IIS. alt text How do I access something like a preference editor like in wamp server. In wamp server I go to http://localhost/phpmyadmin. And accessing the pages I made in http://localhost/pages/ What about in IIS? How do I access something like phpmyadmin. And how do I access the webpages that I made. This is only for educational purposes. And I do not need a site to be accessible on the net.

And I already have something like this:alt text

And I see this whenever I try to access a page: alt text

What do I do with it. Please help,thanks

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The error message shows 404.3 i.e. MIME type restriction. You will need to configure PHP on IIS 7. This may help Using FastCGI to Host PHP Applications on IIS 7, Set Up FastCGI for PHP or alternately How to Install the Microsoft Web Platform for PHP

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exactly, a common problem on IIS, PHP needs to run an interpreter and by default IIS is not aware of this. – Preflightsiren Jun 5 '10 at 11:11
well, i would not call it a problem. You need to configure the isapi's handlers for IIS to handle the request. – Vivek Kumbhar Jun 5 '10 at 14:14

I guess you have mapped your WAMP server to port 80, you should try and change the IIS port to 81, 8080 or something else.

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