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Ghostscript doesn't support TIFF as an input, so you can't immediately use it to turn a TIFF file into a PDF. You might be better to use an image editing application such as ImageMagick. For anyone who wishes to persist, it is possible to read a TIFF file by writing a PostScript program, which Ghostscript is able to run (because it is a PostScript ...
There are a few things to check: Have you enabled PHP over FastCGI with a module mapping?: Have you added a default document type? Have you definitely made sure the php file is in the same directory as the default doc page? have you recycled the app pools since adding the PHP instance? Possibly none of these, but these are common pitfalls I've seen ...
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