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Installed onto WS2008 Console problem

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by Addy, Mar 14, 2009.

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  1. Addy

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    Hello

    Might be a stupid question. But i have installed the pbx v7 software onto a Windows 2008 Server. It all installed fine with no errors.

    When I started it and it went to the console on the web site, i got a 500.22 error. I tried some of the suggestions and now when i get
    to the ivr_start.aspx all I get is a XML page full of code.

    Not sure why its not working when it all installed correctly. Any one else had this issue or know how to get round it?


    Thanks in advance

    Addy
     
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    I also get a 403.14 forbiddin error and i it suggests i turn on Directory Browsing, which I can, but then it just gives me a page with a 404.7 not found because i cannot get dafult.aspx.cs to work. I added it to my Default Document page in IIS.

    Not sure what else to try. I only found applicationalhost.config file, but all in history, so not sure where the working one is. And you can see .cs is set to false. So i guess thats why its forbidden, but i dont know how to remove it ?
     
  3. discovery1

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    What else is installed on your 2008 server?

    Did you follow the setup steps for Serer 2008 in the manual?

    This is the troubleshooting steps for the 404.7 error
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/942045

    And some for the 500.22 error
    http://mvolo.com/blogs/serverside/archive/2007/12/08/IIS-7.0-Breaking-Changes-ASP.NET-2.0-applications-Integrated-mode.aspx
     
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