How to Install PHP Manager on Windows Server 2016 And Windows 10 With IIS 10

In this article, I’ll show you how I install PHP Manager on Windows Server 2016 or Windows 10 with IIS 10.

As you can see below, PHP Manager gives the error below when I try to Install it out of the box.

Note: PHP Manager also fails when trying to Install it using the Web Platform Installer.

Error: PHP Manager for IIS Requires IIS 7 or higher to be Installed.

To problem Is with the IIS 10 version number located In the registry, To fix the Issue I’ll change the registry value on my Windows Server 2016 or Windows 10 If using Window 10.

The key Is located In the location below, so simply open regedit from the run menu and go to the location below:

HKLM\System\CCS\Services\W3SVC\Parameters\MajorVersion

Change value to 7 from what It’s currently set to

Start Installation

As you can see below, I now have PHP Manager Installed on my Server

You could now change the value to what It was before

2 Replies to “How to Install PHP Manager on Windows Server 2016 And Windows 10 With IIS 10”

  1. Nobody knows where these installers come from as the user who put it on Github didn’t provide source code for it (while PHP Manager was a open source project). Looking at the repository issues, it seem someone already tried to question about this, but received no reply so far.
    Until the uploader clarifies this, I don’t think it would be 100% safe to touch those installers.

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