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Plesk 10 does not run on Windows 2008 R2 IIs7.5

Discussion in 'Plesk 10.x for Windows Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by saschahaenni, Nov 11, 2010.

  1. saschahaenni

    saschahaenni Guest

    Problem 1:
    I have tried for days the new Plesk 10 on my Windows Server 2008 R2 to install IIS 7.5. I get every time after logging in to https: / / localhost: 8443 a "HTTP 500.0 error". If I update now in the Internet Explorer by pressing F5 the page to get in the Plesk Panel

    Problem 2:
    In everything I do in Plesk will return to the "HTTP error 500.0. If I want to install an app (Joomla, Drupal, Typo3) returns an "HTTP 500.0 error"

    Is this a bug with Plesk 10 or IIS 7.5? The old 9_5_2 Plesk on my server has no problems. After upgrading to Plesk 10 does nothing more.

    Even a clean install of Windows 2008 and Plesk 10 is not better, it is always a "HTTP Error 500.0"

    Can someone help me?[​IMG]
  2. zolotujin

    zolotujin Guest

  3. saschahaenni

    saschahaenni Guest

    In Win2003 and not everything works

    I installed to test another Windows Server 2003 SP2 with Plesk 10th
    Now I've found the same error occurs that here too. The Plesk 10 works, but that is more stable on the server 2008 but it is the same error 500th
    When you log into the admin panel appears a white page. Only after the press the F5 key in IE I get to the Panel

    So it must really be a bug in the new Plesk 10th

    Because all the old versions of Plesk (9.2 / 9.3 / 9.5) to work properly Win2003/Win2008 500 without the server Error
  4. TomSawyer

    TomSawyer Guest

    No problems on IIS 7.5 and Windows Web Server 2008 R2. But I did a clean install, not an update.