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By rvandyke ·
web pages hosted my internal IIS are coming up blank in IE6 browser on all but one pc. PC's are both xp and w2k. They receive a blank page with a small square icon in upper left corner. The browser does however display the name of the page in the upper blue region. Puzzled.

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by dmiles In reply to ie trouble

Okay, a list of things:

In IIS, you should have "index.php" set as a default document.

You should also make sure that, in the php, php3, and phtml boxes are set to check that the file exists, and that you have it on script engine.

Make sure the files are associated with c:\path\to\php\php.exe "%s" %s

Further, make sure you have the directory set for scripts and executables.

It seems as if PHP is not sending any output - it may not be getting the filename to parse.

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by rvandyke In reply to ie trouble

Thank you for the quick response but I'm not sure I understand. I've looked for the items you mentioned but can't seem to find all of them like the check boxes and script engine settings. Not sure what you mean about the file associations and php but the directory is set for scripts and executables, I can handle that(laugh).
I am a little confused, put up a few web sites and pages and don't recall ever having to specify .php. Here's another perplexing twist, just brought a new xp machine onto the network and IE displays the websites main page correctly which by the way is Default.htm.

Thanks

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by rvandyke In reply to

not sure if you got my response:

Thank you for the quick response but I'm not sure I understand. I've looked for the items you mentioned but can't seem to find all of them like the check boxes and script engine settings. Not sure what you mean about the file associations and php but the directory is set for scripts and executables, I can handle that(laugh).
I am a little confused, put up a few web sites and pages and don't recall ever having to specify .php. Here's another perplexing twist, just brought a new xp machine onto the network and IE displays the websites main page correctly which by the way is Default.htm.

Thanks

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