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I'd like to edit source files directly on my IIS server using WebDAV. I have WebDAV set up, but unfortunately when I try to edit a php file, it serves up the output of the PHP file, not the source itself. I have set up a virtual directory on IIS that points to the right area, but how do I get IIS to NOT execute the PHP scripts in this virtual directory but instead serve up the source files? I have read/write permissions enabled on it as well as script source access, and Execute Permissions is none (if I set it to anything but, it executes the scripts). I am running IIS 6.x.


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