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  1. Ok, so there is a new development. Apparently after waiting long enough, several hours, I was able to access the php page. I then logged in, made a post, and then logged out. When I try to go back to it, I get the website requires you to login again. Any suggestions?
  2. I tried the everyone route as well to no avail.
  3. Thank you for the quick response. Yes that scenario is correct. I have however tried the FQDN and it's associated IP address. Both have the issue. The DNS server used on the problem PC is the server that is hosting the PHP website and resolving to the correct IP. I still have the issue either way. Also as a side note. The folder being directing in IIS is a virtual folder on that same PC. The folder is nested under the default IIS wwwroot and they both have permissions for the IUSR as well as admin. Let me know if you need any other information.
  4. I have to assume that this goes here. Not sure if it is the php side or IIS. Ok, I am able to view my index.php from the server itself and another computer offsite. However when I attemp to view it on another PC in the domain I receive a message stating, "HTTP 403 Forbidden Most likely causes: This website requires you to log in." I have checked that the documents are pointing to index.php and like I said it works on other computers. I have cleared cache and cookies on the offending PC. Any suggestion? Thanks.
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