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Install, configure and integrate PHP and MySQL on Windows (Server 2003)
October 13, 2006 @ 08:25:00

If you're a Windows Server 2003 (RC2) user and have been looking for a good, quick and easy guide to getting PHP and MySQL installed on your machine, look no further. Builder.au has provided this guide, complete with screenshots, to help you get things up and working.

In this article, I will provide you with step-by-step instructions for installing and configuring these products in a Windows environment. For some of you, the information presented here will be simplistic, but this article is designed to be a complete step-by-step guide toward accomplishing the goal in the article title.

It's a pretty straight forward article, with only five or six main steps along the way. Some of those steps are "install PHP" or "install MySQL", so obviously, there'll be a bit more detail under each. This is where the screenshots come in - they'll guide you each step of the way and accent the descriptions so you'll know what you should see.

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