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Fixing WordPress 1.5 on Windows 2000 (IIS 5) Updated

13
Mar

About a month ago Back in February, I posted a fix to the problem of not being able to log in to your WordPress admin panel if you are running IIS as your web server. That fix has been superseded by the excellent work of the WordPress folks. I have created a zip file with all the necessary edits made to the required files. You should be able to simply download the zip file and extract them over your current 1.5 install.

The fix is now easy. Download version 1.5.1!

Comments (10) »

  1. Ethan says:

    Toby,

    Thanks a million! But how come the manage tab page of edit.php now produces a 404?

  2. Ethan says:

    Opps… You can officially call me a loser!
    http://wordpress.org/support/topic.php?id=24032

  3. hi! I have a question for you, is your template in WordPress themes? or is yours? I really love it, I´m new in WP and I can´t find a theme like this….(Sorry mi english is not perfect :-) )

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  5. Claire says:

    i’m getting a call undefined. i suck.

  6. Thanks! That works like a charm

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  8. Karder says:

    I’ve installed that fix provided here for IIS. But stil after installation when i try to login a 403error page is shown.
    can anyone please help me to solve this problem

  9. SaintOnge says:

    Thanks so much!! It is very refreshing to see such a dedicted developer community for an open-source project. Kudos to all!

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