Hi all.


I am installing 2.3.3 RC3 in a Windows-IIS-PHP sandbox.

Everything installed correctly, I unpacked de release into a folder and assign a virtual directory to the physical path.

Now, when I browse the URL of my new instance of Eventum, comes an error saying that the URL does not exist or is no longer available, I look up the URL and is trying to access a directory called “setup” which obviously does not exist in my instance. So IIS is directing to a folder that does not exist (setup folder).

I assume this folder is created while setup process, so could it be that I have not enough permissions on my Physical folder? Do I have to do something else?.

My sandbox is:


IIS – 7.5 / Windows 7


PHP 5.4


Any idea of what’s wrong?




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