if it'll help anyone, I went Apache route in the end.

Python doesn't seem to support FastCGI under IIS. just CGI with Python
works, but when trying to launch ReviewBoard using CGI (look for
django cgi scripts on the web), I either got browser error, Python
error or page would begin to load, but turn into garbage.

Either way, it's just too damn hard. Unless something changes, I'd
recommend not wasting time, but using Apache (or lighttpd, but it's
not as well supported under windows).

On Jan 14, 2:42 pm, slav <slav....@gmail.com> wrote:
> just to follow up.
> was sleepy. I created directory by hand, and that's what gave the
> error. rb-site creates directory on it's own.
> still couldn't get it to run on iis. I tried several approaches, main
> one looks 
> like:http://code.djangoproject.com/wiki/DjangoOnWindowsWithIISAndSQLServer
> almost positive it's possible to get it to run on iis 7, but can't
> quite figure out how. any help would be appreciated.
> On Jan 13, 10:07 pm, slav <slav....@gmail.com> wrote:
> > hello. I'm wondering if it's possible to install reviewboard under iis
> > 7, and if not, why not?
> > if it is possible, how?
> > I 
> > followedhttp://www.reviewboard.org/docs/manual/dev/admin/installation/windows/
> > and got all the way to creating a site using rb-site, but it fails
> > with an error, telling me to ensure I'm admin (which I am).
> > I'm on Windows 2008 r2 x64 and Python 2.6 x64
> > thank you
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