I am in the process on installing a IIS on Win2008, which shall power PHP websites.
I am not familiar with "Application Request Routing". Does it make sense to install this module, when the plan is only to run php-sites?
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If this is a single server and if you're running PHP on IIS where it's installed and configured as per the guidelines (PHP non-threadsafe build + FastCGI) then I can't really see a reason to be adding ARR into the mix unless....
you have Apache for Windows installed and are running your PHP applications in Apache but want to use ARR as a reverse proxy
You wish to take advantage of some of the caching features available in ARR
I'd leave it out until you start to hit problems that can be solved using ARR.