In the first part of this post I covered installing and configuring PHP and IIS. This post can be read here Installing WordPress on Windows using SQL Server 2008 R2 Part 1. In the second half of this blog post I will cover the Configuration of you SQL Server and setting up your database ready for WordPress. I will also cover the installation steps required to get WordPress up and running and sort out some minor issues that may arise.
Configure the SQL Server Database
This post assumes you all ready have a SQL Server Instance running.
Firstly we need to create our WordPress Database. To do this open your SSMS (SQL Server Management Studio) and right click on your Databases folder. Select New Database from the menu to begin.
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