> I have just set up PHP on my webserver (IIS 4 on NT4).
> I have set up the script mapping so that I can save php files as .html and
> php processes them.
> This works fine until someone goes to a page that doesn't exist - instead of
> getting the customised error 404 page (i.e. the page you requested cannot be
> found), php prints:
> CGI Error
> The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning a complete set of
> HTTP headers. The headers it did return are:
> And thats all I get.
> Does anyone know how to customise this page or set up a new one?

That's an IIS function (not PHP).
It's a pane accessible from the MMC.
Perhaps the [PHP-Win] mavens could help?

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