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PHP Manager for IIS on Windows 10

DL David Leonardo Tarazona asked on August 7, 2015

Hi Everyone!

Leonardo Tarazona asked on August 7, 2015 Hi Everyone! I just upgraded to Windows 10. When

I just upgraded to Windows 10. When I upgraded I just wanted to setup a small PHP website. I enabled IIS, CGI and

all stuff needed for getting PHP working. PHP is working fine, however, I was trying to install PHP manager on Windows 10 but I am not having success.

I found that some people had issues because .NET 3.5 was not installed.

I verified if .NET 3.5 was installed, I even reinstalled using the dism command line. I am even able to compile .NET 3.5 applications in Visual Studio, but I still can't install PHP Manager. Any ideas?

Thanks for the help.

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DL David Leonardo Tarazona replied on August 13, 2015

DL David Leonardo Tarazona replied on August 13, 2015 In reply to PwrSrg's post on August

In reply to PwrSrg's post on August 11, 2015

13, 2015 In reply to PwrSrg's post on August 11, 2015 I was able to find

I was able to find a workaround at the PHP manager's site.

Just make sure you have .NET 3.5 installed and modify the following registry:

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HKLM/System/CCS/Services/W3SVC/Parameters/MajorVersion

The value is 10 ﴾Ax0﴿. Just change the value to 9 ﴾or 8﴿, then try to install it again. To avoid future issues with other IIS stuff, change back to 10 ﴾Ax0﴿. It seems that PHP Manager validates the value converting it into string or something related.

Here is the issue from PHP Manager's website:

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found this helpful Helpful Solved my problem ﴾15﴿ Reply NA Answer Nate4biz replied on August 21,

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Nate4biz replied on August 21, 2015

Reply NA Answer Nate4biz replied on August 21, 2015 In reply to PwrSrg's post on August
Reply NA Answer Nate4biz replied on August 21, 2015 In reply to PwrSrg's post on August

In reply to PwrSrg's post on August 11, 2015

You need to do a work around to the iis major version number to temp get around the install checks.

Alter registry as follows:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\W3SVC\Parameters]

"MajorVersion"=dword:00000007

or navigate to above key and change MajorVersion to Decimal 7. Then change back to 10 when done installing.

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