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DobePhat
IIS support?
  • 2008/5/4 19:04

  • DobePhat

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I love that everyone has apache, our local has apache but the server we actually use has IIS. And things work locally that dont work remotely. Does anyone know where we can get additional support for IIS and XOOPS relationship? Really think a lot of issues lately are related to IIS.

iis-resources used to be great but I think its splintered off itself.

Any others?

Thanks for the feedback!

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DobePhat
Re: IIS support?
  • 2008/5/8 17:17

  • DobePhat

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Ok so there is NOOOOOOOOOOOO
support at all for IIS issues. (Been asking questions related to it for weeks and no answers.) But fortunately I did learn that IIS-resources evolved into

http://www.iis-aid.com

spcifically Here -With XOOPS in the search field result

And there are several articles contained within related to xoops. And I certainly plan on asking some questions there too! LOL.

So hopefully that at least is another resources which will help those of us who are not on apache!

-cheers

If you find any others please share..thanks!

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hervet
Re: IIS support?
  • 2008/5/8 18:01

  • hervet

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Can you describe your problems ?

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DobePhat
Re: IIS support?
  • 2008/5/8 21:41

  • DobePhat

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Ive had several problems since update to 2.0.18.1.
POarticulary with Yogurt and the Mastop modules (all of which I love but cant get to work on the main site).

However, these problems don't exist on local installs with apache. The only difference appears to be that the remote host is using IIS.

Been trying to find something specific to IIS and XOOPS because so far thats the only variable that is completely different than local test site. I could be wrong of course.

Either way, I began to discover that there is very little documentation specific to IIS and the XOOPS relationship.
And trying to find more. Something must not be enabled or permissions must be off that is specific to how IIS operates..

~thanks

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hervet
Re: IIS support?
  • 2008/5/9 8:17

  • hervet

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I used it on IIS with Windows Server 2003, in all the cases, the problems was coming from IIS and/or from the server configuration.

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DobePhat
Re: IIS support?
  • 2008/5/9 14:39

  • DobePhat

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Thanks for your reply. I suspect as much.
Need to read up more on IIS then.

BTW-did you switch over to apache?

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hervet
Re: IIS support?
  • 2008/5/9 16:16

  • hervet

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Quote:

DobePhat wrote:
BTW-did you switch over to apache?

No, this is the server of a client.

But all the problems were solved with an appropriate configuration.

Take care because you can have some problems (in fact some "misconfiguration") hidden in IIS but also in the server (and in my case it was the "place" where we solved most of the problems).

Sometimes the problems are very easy to solve, for example the server can be configured in a way where it can't see itself from the outside.

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hervet
Re: IIS support?
  • 2008/5/12 8:44

  • hervet

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If someone is interested in Suhosin for IIS, you will find the DLL here :
http://forum.hardened-php.net/viewtopic.php?pid=1280

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