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Hi Daminion-Team!

 

Webaccess was working for quite some time, but not anymore on our Windows 2012 R2 server.

When trying to Reinstall i get the following message:

 

"Another Process uses 80 port on the computer where ISS is running.

Process name: System"

 

Now i have several sites running on the ISS, including port 80.

 

Is there a way to configure the port for daminion?

 

best regards

Konrad

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Hi Daminion-Team!

 

Webaccess was working for quite some time, but not anymore on our Windows 2012 R2 server.

When trying to Reinstall i get the following message:

 

"Another Process uses 80 port on the computer where ISS is running.

Process name: System"

 

Now i have several sites running on the ISS, including port 80.

 

Is there a way to configure the port for daminion?

 

best regards

Konrad

 

 

Please take a look at screenshos below explaining how you can reconfigure the port for web access

 

Reconfiguring IIS port 1 .png

Reconfiguring IIS port 2.png

Reconfiguring IIS port 3.png

 

Kind regards,

Daria

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Please take a look at screenshos below explaining how you can reconfigure the port for web access

 

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Kind regards,

Daria

 

This is not working, since Daminion refuses to install the website at all, because port 80 is blocked.

Even if i edit the binding of the website using port 80 at the moment, Daminion Server still thinks the access is blocked.

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