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IIS+PHP: The directory name is invalid.

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Hello everybody,

I have recently migrated from win98+PWS to winXP+IIS, and after that an
problem has occured. When I open some of my PHP pages, I get this
instead of the page I shlud get:

<html><head><title>Error</title></head><body>The directory name is
invalid. </body></html>

Now, the interesting part is the fact that this doesn't happen every
time I try to open a specific page (it happens in 80% of cases, but
sometimes it (the page) just opens like nothing's wrong) and that it
happens on all of my PHP pages! I presume I have misconfigured IIS...
but I don't know where to start searching for a problem... does IIS have
logging? Does PHP have logging?

Or, has anybody encountered similar problem?

I use:
IIS 5.1
PHP Version 4.3.0
IE 6.0

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Jul 17 '05 #1
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