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Last post Aug 26, 2011 07:51 AM by HCamper
Aug 19, 2011 12:24 PM|LINK
That URL which ?
Do you mean the link
to the FastCGI from IIS Net Download
here http://www.iis.net/download/fastcgi .
Aug 22, 2011 08:17 AM|LINK
Apologies for not been very clear.
I would like to install the patch to resolve the redirect issue suggested by don.raman
"The FastCGI backport is available to be downloaded form Microsoft download centre and can be viewed at
Aug 22, 2011 09:06 AM|LINK
Many of the past Forum posts with links to Microsoft Download
Center have gone bad since the changes & redesign.
General Note: The freetext line 980363 is part of the KB980363 MS KB Article.
The reference is Microsoft Support Article and KB980363 here
The RuslanY Blog has a list for collection of patches
that has been updated with links X86 & X64 versions for All the Windows that the patches apply.
AFAIK the patches are have been offered by Windows Update.
I suggest you check the Support Numbers KB's in the list.
The patch may already be installed and problems are elsewhere.
Aug 26, 2011 07:44 AM|LINK
I am hosting my sites on a virtual server with Plesk. As soon as I updated the server it crashed and it took few hours for the engineers to revert back. I came to learn you shouldn't be updating windows directly when you have Plesk control panel installed.
All though this is not a Windows issue, I thought it's worth people know about this complication.
I think only option left for me is to control this through URL Rewrite module (which is difficult as the number of redirects are more than 6000) or Go for a fresh build server.
Thanks for you help,
Aug 26, 2011 07:51 AM|LINK
Thanks for the update. Yes, Windows Update and cause issues.
Since your in a VM you may find this
for how to use Windows Installer in VM systems.