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    My Little Helpdesk and IIS6 failing

    trying to install MLH and i keep getting the "Service Unavailable" error..

    Any ideas on how to resolve this..

    It's on a Server 2003 sp2 32 bit
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    have you had it running at all?

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    i cant actually remember if its the same thing, but do you have php set up, and defined (and allowed) in IIS?
    in IIS you should have a web component listed as PHP pointing to something like php5isapi.dll
    it might not be that, i just know php was the first prob i had setting up MLH

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    That looks suspiciously like a .NET issue. Make sure that .NET is installed correctly.

    There is a command to re-register .NET with IIS:

    Code:
    c:\windows\microsoft .net\framework\<version>\aspnet_regiis.exe

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    My Little Helpdesk is asp not php so having php installed or not is nothing to do with it.

    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    My Little Helpdesk is asp not php so having php installed or not is nothing to do with it.

    Ben
    i knew that, i was just testing you all.................................


    sorry i think it was the online booking that was php that was giving me trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grommit View Post
    trying to install MLH and i keep getting the "Service Unavailable" error..

    Any ideas on how to resolve this..

    It's on a Server 2003 sp2 32 bit
    No never.. this is an first time installation..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MK-2 View Post
    i cant actually remember if its the same thing, but do you have php set up, and defined (and allowed) in IIS?
    in IIS you should have a web component listed as PHP pointing to something like php5isapi.dll
    it might not be that, i just know php was the first prob i had setting up MLH
    Yes it is set at php allowed.. as instructed in the MLH FAQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ric_ View Post
    That looks suspiciously like a .NET issue. Make sure that .NET is installed correctly.

    There is a command to re-register .NET with IIS:

    Code:
    c:\windows\microsoft .net\framework\<version>\aspnet_regiis.exe

    ran this on both 1 and 2 versions but not on 3 (no exe) with the -i and - enable switches and it didn't work.. :-(

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    Yes it is set at php allowed.. as instructed in the MLH FAQ
    It doesn't use php.

    Ben



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