You can either use the VFP Run-Time DLL, or VFP.EXE. In the first case, there's no point in specifying the location of the executable.
FoxWeb Support Team
Sent by Eric Havemann on 03/04/2016 03:26:37 PM:
We are moving to a new Windows 7 server with IIS 7.5.. I downloaded and installed current version of Foxweb on this PC I never "formally" installed VFP9.exe on this PC, just stuck VFP9.EXE and supporting DLL's in a folder C:\VFP9. When I try to specify this location in the Foxweb control panel, the text box and 'browse' button to the right of the text box it is greyed out. How do I correct?