Windows XP VS windows 2003

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Windows XP VS windows 2003

Postby david20100 » 17. June 2010 19:08

I create a website in windows XP, works perfectly, when i add folders/file/view files, everything is ok. Copy the same folder in 2003, see the files, but in red, and everytime i try to add or view a file, says the folder has been deleted or move. Any idea
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Re: Windows XP VS windows 2003

Postby JonB » 17. June 2010 20:01

I hope this has to do with XAMPP, then we should discuss what version AND where you installed it.

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Re: Windows XP VS windows 2003

Postby david20100 » 17. June 2010 20:05

Yes i use, xampp - APache and Mysql, its installed on c:\xampplite
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Re: Windows XP VS windows 2003

Postby JonB » 18. June 2010 04:56

"but in red"

when and where? you might want to take a screenshot.

I think you are likely dealing with a W2K3 security policy. How (and by whom) are those files being created on the server?

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Re: Windows XP VS windows 2003

Postby peterson » 21. June 2010 07:59

I am working on an e-commerce website using php,mysql that can be access in LAN.I am Using XAMPP and Dreamweaver 8. I have made database in phpmyadmin but don't know how to access it.Do i need to install php seperately as php codes are not executing.When i try to browse website in LAN ,it give error 404,what does it mean.If any one have idea of connecting website to server Please help me.
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