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 Post subject: Re: WHS PHP Installer
PostPosted: Fri Apr 20, 2012 11:07 pm 
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Any ideas as to where I should start looking for the cause of this problem?


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 Post subject: Re: WHS PHP Installer
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IIS. On the server in an RDP session, first open IE and try and connect to http://localhost
if that fails, look in IIS and make sure the web sites are started

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 Post subject: Re: WHS PHP Installer
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The whs website is started but can't be accessed via IE. if I right click browse in IIS I can see the home page. If I specify the port number, in this case 55000 I can see the page.


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What about the default website? Are the ports still set to 80 and 443?

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Yes ports set to 80 and 443. I get error 400 if I try http://localhost/ or with the addition of :80 port number


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What have you done in IIS previously? You can try and restore to a previous point in IIS if it worked recently.

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I am afraid I am guilty of trying anything that comes to mind or after searching the internet so I can't remeber it all. I'm sorry that's probably not much help. I am seriously considering reinstalling the OS and start afresh. Anyway if it can be resurrected it would save me that stress at least. I have been spending may hours over the past week and half trying to getting to work


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You can try the IIS restore. Failing that, the Server Recovery is probably easiest to get to a working state.


1.In IIS Manager, right-click the local computer, point to All Tasks, and click Backup/Restore Configuration.
2. In the Backups list box, click the version of the Automatic Backup file that you want to restore, and click Restore. If prompted for a password, type the password you chose to secure the backup.
3. When a confirmation message appears, click Yes.
4. Click OK, and then click Close.

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I'll try that. Since there is no data in any of the databases would it be better to delete the databases and start again?

I have done some searches and I cannot connect to the database. Does it matter if there are 2 SQL servers, one my SQL and the other SQL server? Well can't connect to either tho. It's beginning to make my head hurt :D


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