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From Jim Walls <...@k6ccc.org>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Help - 2.2 to 2.4 migration onto new server failing
Date Mon, 18 May 2015 05:24:32 GMT
On 5/17/2015 8:45 PM, Kurtis Rader wrote:
> On Sun, May 17, 2015 at 8:24 PM, Cathy Fauntleroy 
> <cathy.fauntleroy@vdtg.com <mailto:cathy.fauntleroy@vdtg.com>> wrote:
>
>     I am having a very similar problem as you are experiencing and
>     have (like
>     you) tried many things in attempt to fix.  However, I did not
>     build the
>     server and was not aware of IIS-like services called by another
>     name.  Would
>     you please tell me what the service is called?  I need see if it is
>     installed on my Win 2012 server and, if it is, remove it.
>
>
> Open a command window and run "netstat -a | more" and look for a line 
> that says ":80" (or ":443") and "LISTENING". If present it means there 
> is a process acting as a web server. If you have the necessary 
> privileges you should be able to run "netstat -a -b" to see the name 
> of the process. Note that I say this as someone who has almost no 
> knowledge of MS-Windows (my expertise is with UNIX like systems) but 
> verified it with my MS-Windows Vista virtual machine. There is 
> probably a GUI (graphical user interface) means of ascertaining the 
> same data but I have no idea how to do so since I generally prefer 
> old-school CLI methods.
>
> -- 
> Kurtis Rader
> Caretaker of the exceptional canines Junior and Hank

It operates under PID 4 which is system.  Google Server 2012 port 80 and 
you'll find all kinds of information.  It can be one of several 
different things.  Many have suggestions for removal - of which none 
have worked so far.

One website gave a suggestion for a work around which is both easy and 
working perfectly.  I setup the configuration for Apache to operate on 
port 81 instead of 80 and then set the port forwarding in my router to 
forward external traffic on port 80 to internal port 81.  I will spend 
some more time trying to figure it out, but for the time being, at least 
I have the website that runs on it working correctly.

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jim@k6ccc.org
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