(extracted from the web)
> If you want to use PATH_INFO and PATH_TRANSLATED as specified by the CGI
> specification, then use the AllowPathInfoForScriptMappings property. This
> property can be set using the Adsutil.vbs tool or the MetaEdit.exe tool,
> which comes with the Internet Information Server 4.0 Resource Kit. Using
> this property, you can set a Web server to allow or disallow the use of
> the variables.
I've no idea about IIS, but it seems that using MetaEdit.exe or Adsutil.vbs you can configure IIS to accept that URLs.
Hope it helps
the link to download "Application Center 2000 - Meta-Data Edit Tool" :
when i edit the AllowPathInfoForScriptMappings property it display the next image: (but i don´t know what's the next step)
You can find the property "AllowPathInfoForScriptMappings" and try to set it to "true" or "1". I've read this in a MS page.
And I've find this article about configuring it from "adsutil".
Feedback will be welcome, hope it helps, ciao
I tried it and also found that page on the MS base, but it doesn´t work.
Unless I change the slashargumet configuration, but then I can´t use relative links!! I hope somebody can find the solution,
Slasharguments are not supported in IIS for Moodle 1.4.x.
I have fixed it in Moodle 1.5dev and tested it in both cgi and isapi mode, php4 and5 Do not set AllowPathInfoForScriptMappings to true, instead use cgi.fix_pathinfo=1 in php.ini. Isapi needs php 5.x or 4.3.11 (not yet released).
So there is NO solution in Moodle 1.4.4 working with IIS?
That is terrible news!!