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tdawebdesign
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Joined: 25 August 2005
Location: Australia
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Posted: 26 August 2005 at 2:57am  

Hi All,

I am very frustrated and really anoyed on trying to get this running on IIS6.  I have been trying for hours and hours

Can someone help me out and point out a step by step process to getting ReWrite running and explain the process as i find the docs very confusion and not really a installation instruction.

I have got it running on my XP machine by trying a few things and eventually it worked.  I don't understand how i got it working but it did.

I have alot of sites on the server and don't want to apply it across the board i only want to set it up individually.

Can anyone help me PLEASE!

Tim

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Lexey
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Joined: 15 August 2002
Location: Russian Federation
Posts: 8119
Posted: 26 August 2005 at 4:56am  

Please descibe your problems in detail.

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tdawebdesign
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Joined: 25 August 2005
Location: Australia
Posts: 15
Posted: 26 August 2005 at 6:58am  

I do not understand the installation process.

Could you explain what you do when you install it in simple terms.

eg.

Install software

Set permissions (where? in IIS? COM+ Server Side Extensions?)

In the ISAPI Tab under the website which dll do i point it to? IF AT ALL!

Ect.

If you could just explain the process it would be much appreciated.

Thanks

Tim

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Lexey
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Posted: 26 August 2005 at 10:28am  

1) Install the software.
2) Check file system permissions according to documentation.
3) Put your rules to the httpd.ini.
 
That should be sufficient in most cases.


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