ID: 9961
User Update by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Status: Closed
Bug Type: IIS related
Description: CGI Error

Ok i just found out that the program has insufficient permission to php4ts.dll ==> i 
wrote an analyzing program  with witch i replaced the php.exe interpreter. I think 
this tool could help many IIS users with this problem. If you want me to send it to 
you, just tell me.

Previous Comments:

[2001-03-23 16:48:49] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
This error occurs when php doesn't output anything. In this instance, it is almost 
always because IUSR_<machinename> doesn't have sufficient permissions to cause php.exe 
to execute - often because of file permissions on php.exe, php.ini or php4ts.dll, or 
any extensions you are trying to load, but sometimes because IUSR_<machinename> 
doesn't have sufficient privileges to cause a program to execute.

Have a go with these issues, and if you still have no success, post your problem on 
the php windows list and we will sort you out there.


[2001-03-23 15:34:17] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I've got an IIS 4.0 on my WinNT Terminal Server. When I even call the simpliest script 
my Browser gets following message:

<head><title>Error in CGI Application</title></head>
<body><h1>CGI Error</h1>The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning a 
complete set of HTTP headers.  The headers it did return are:<p><p><pre></pre>

i've even once replace the php.exe whith a programm that prints out all the parameters 
that IIS would pass to the interpreter - everything seems ok (somtimes IIS passes 
wrong directory information). So i think the php.exe just imediatly shuts down - 
without printing any text - after beeing called, but why?


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