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Installing under IIS 7.5

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These Instructions assume that you are using Windows 7 Ultimate x64. Procedures for Server 2008 R2 are similar but may vary slightly.

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Start Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager

Start --> Administrators Tools --> Internet Information Services (IIS) Manger


At "Search Programs and Files" enter inetmgr and press enter

Create a New Application

Expand your Server until the Default Web Site shows its children.

"Right-Click" Default Web Site and select "Add Application" from the Menu.

Unde Alias, enter the alias for the website. This is what users will place into their browsers URL bar appended to the domain

Under Physical Path, enter the path of your application, the defualt intalltion location is:

C:\Bugzilla

alternatiely you can browse to the directory location.


When finished, Click OK.


Configure the Default Document

Click on the Application that you just created.

Under IIS "double-click" on Default Document Click "Add" underneath the Actions Menu

Under Name, enter the file name of Bugzilla's default Document

index.cgi
All other default documents can be removed for this application. If you are running other applications underneath the Default Website,

NOTE:

DO NOT delete the defualt document from Default Website


Add Handler Mappings

Default Website

Ensure that you are at the Default Website

Under IIS, "Double-Click" Handler Mappings

Under Actions, Click Add Script Map

Create a Script for Perl.exe

Request Path

*.pl

Executable

C:\Perl64\bin\perl.exe "%s% %s%

Name

Perl Script Map

At the prompt select No


Create a Script for CGI (.cgi)

Request Path

*.cgi

Executable

C:\Perl64\bin\perl.exe "%s%" %s 

Name

CGI Script Map

At the prompt select No

Bugzilla Applicatin

Ensure that you are at the Bugzilla Application

Under IIS "Double-Click" Handler Mappings

Under Actions, Click Add Script Map

Request Path

*.cgi

Executable

C:\Perl64\bin\perl.exe -xc:\bugzilla -wT "%s" %s

Name

Bugzilla

At the prompt select No