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  • Philippe Cloutier

    Considering the minority of IIS users, a clear separation of IIS content in this page is highly suitable for readability.
  • Ralph Bolton

    Can someone with IIS knowledge help me out with a SEFURLs related problem?

    For SEFURLs it would be really useful to detail how to set it up in IIS. Essentially, all that's required is to direct all requests to a single file. In Apache, one could use an "Error Document" to handle 404 errors, and point this as the file. Alternatively, Apache users could use mod_rewrite to achieve the same sort of thing (ie. direct * to tiki-urlt.php).

    If you know how to do this with IIS, is there any chance you could either detail it here, or on the SEFURLs Wiki page, please?

    Thanks very much - I really appreciate your help!

  • roopeshsheth

    edit php.ini and point the extensions variable at C:\php\extensions (or wherever your PHP is installed).