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Enable Per-Site PHP Configuration on IIS


0sker
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I am attempting to confirm if Solidcp manages the fcgiext.ini for per site configurations of php. I don't see the file created on my server and would like know if I am just missing something in my server configuration. Or do I need to create this file manually for my server every time a new site is created?

I was under the impression that web-deploy would have managed this when called by solidcp.

Any insight would be great, I could likely create a scheduled task to script the entries per the Microsoft documentation, but I would prefer if I didn't need to.

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Trevor Robinson
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Hello,

We dont use fcgiext.ini to manage any websites. When PHP is changed we use the IIS ServerManager interface to change it inside the applicationHost.config with PHPManager.

Regards,

Trevor

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Thank you for the reply. I apologize because that still leaves me asking how do I managed PHP for individual account settings. IIS shows the configuration file it is referencing as the default install location vs a unique ini file stored in the users website or folder path.

I would like to be able to manage temp directories for isolation and other values that should be unique. Is there a way to support this?

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