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    Default Re: Unregistering php

    Roger that.

    Side note: I had PHP Manager for IIS v1.2 installed, not sure if that had a hand in this or not. Just uninstalled and am rebooting now...

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    Default Re: Unregistering php

    Side note: I had PHP Manager for IIS v1.2 installed, not sure if that had a hand in this or not. Just uninstalled and am rebooting now...
    Well that was a bad idea...didn't fix the issue and now phpMyAdmin is busted...

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    You may have removed this file? "C:\Program Files\cPanel\Enkompass\WebInterface\ThirdPartySites\PhpMyAdmin\PHP\php.ini"

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    Quote Originally Posted by cPanelSalinas View Post
    You may have removed this file? "C:\Program Files\cPanel\Enkompass\WebInterface\ThirdPartySites\PhpMyAdmin\PHP\php.ini"
    Nope, it's still there...however, I remember now that I installed phpMyAdmin to the default web page in IIS before I installed Enkompass. Is there a supported method to installing it with Enkompass?

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    Not that I know of.

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    Well I'm DOA...is there a way to do a full backup of Enkompass? I'm really about to the point of formatting the machine and starting over...

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    There is no full backup feature in Enkompass. You might try upgrading to 3.0, released this morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cPanelSalinas View Post
    There is no full backup feature in Enkompass. You might try upgrading to 3.0, released this morning.
    What could go wrong! Kidding aside, I REALLY appreciate your Salinas! You guys are awesome!!!

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    had a server crash so had to do a fresh install all over again, its still unregistering php even on a fresh install, php is enabled globaly and on site , its the php that come with enkompass instalation

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