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Filebrowser with IIS7

edited December 2008 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
Has anyone got Filebrowser running on a Vista server using IIS7? I'm sure I have it set up correctly and it used to work fine on IIS6 but now when I browse to it I get this error (along with a lot of other code) A fatal, non-recoverable error has occurred Technical information (for support personel): "); for ($i = 0; $i < count($this->Errors); $i++) { echo(" Error Message: ".ForceString($this->Errors[$i]->Message, "No error message supplied")." Affected Elements: ".ForceString($this->Errors[$i]->AffectedElement, "undefined").".".ForceString($this->Errors[$i]->AffectedFunction, "undefined")."(); "); $Code = ForceString($this->Errors[$i]->Code, ""); if ($Code != "") { echo(" The error occurred on or near: ".$Code." "); } } if ($Context) { if ($Context->Mode == agMODE_DEBUG && $Context->SqlCollector) { echo("


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    I have seen something similar to this when short_open_tags isn't enabled in php.ini... Although, its just as easy to open the index.php, and thumbnailer.php and add "php" to the open tag... hopefully that helps!
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