This is what you must do.

  Copy Part

copy php4ts.dll to c:\winnt\system32\
copy php4sapi.dll to c:\winnt\system32\
if you want any extensions, copy them to to c:\winnt\system32\

  configuration part
 in php.ini
edit doc_root like : c:/Inetpub/wwwroot
edit extension_dir like : c:/winnt/system32
then remove the ";" infront of every extension you would like to have.

  now, in iis5.0
don't use it as a "filter"
use it as an script/executable in the home flick, where you set document/web

add "c:\winnt\system32\php4sapi.dll" and, fileextension, ofcourse ".php"

i hope i make sence... good luck.

"Joshua E Minnie" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Hey all,
>     I have a problem, that I can't seem to find the answer to.  I have
> checked the archives and the website, but to no avail.  I have installed
> 4.2.1 on my local machine with IIS running W2K Pro.  When I run php -i, I
> get the html output expected.  But when I try to open the simple php
> <?php
>   phpinfo();
> ?>
> all I get is the script written directly to the browser as text.  I can't
> figure out why it is not going through php.exe.  Any help would be greatly
> appreciated.
> -josh

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