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    Mix PHP and Windows - that possible?

    Hi is it possible to have php and windows run on the same server?

    Or said another way - can I run both these on a single domain?

    If it helps the php could for example run on a sub-domain - is that an option?

    Thanks...

    (The reason I ask is because I have a programmer who is very good and only works with php. What he has built I would like to integrate with a windows based .aspx existing website....)

    Thanks

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    Sure you can, IIS supports PHP fastcgi. I don't think that the ISAPI for the IIS is under development anymore though, but the fastcgi is well, fast anyway.
    I myself have never configured an IIS server with PHP before. I've always stuck with Linux or windows with apache builds.
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    I've used PHP with IIS before but it was years ago, I don't remember it really being a pain to set up.
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    ok thanks - doesn't seem to be too much of a headache then....

    that is good news


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