Default Web Site vs Company Web Site

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by JerryF, Sep 23, 2004.

  1. JerryF

    JerryF Guest

    If my company web site is running under IIS the default
    Web site fails. If I try to start the default site it
    states it cannot use Port 80. If I deactivate the company
    web site in IIS the default web now works

    How do I resolve this?
     
    JerryF, Sep 23, 2004
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  2. IIS needs the combination of host header and port to direct web
    requests, therefore only one site can run on each unique combination.

    It sounds like you currently have both sites with no host header and
    port 80. Consequently, only one site or the other can be running at any
    one time.
     
    Steve Foster [SBS MVP], Sep 23, 2004
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  3. JerryF

    JerryF Guest

    I am pretty new at this (the IIS stuff) so have to learn
    about host headers.

    So far I have deactivated the companyweb, and now I have
    access to my backup web page in Server Manager.

    Any suggestions on reading for creating companyweb and
    using host headers? I take it port 80 and 445 should be
    OK for both Web pages as long as the host headers are
    different?

    Thanks
     
    JerryF, Sep 23, 2004
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  4. That's right.

    Have you run the CEICW yet? Because I'm sure this takes care of all
    this.
     
    Steve Foster [SBS MVP], Sep 24, 2004
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  5. Hi Jerry,

    Running the CEICW should resolve the issue, as Steve indicated. To run this
    wizard, go to the Server Management Console, then to the To Do List. Click
    the link Connect to the Internet.

    Regards,

    Michelle Dixon, MSFT
    Microsoft Online Support Engineer
    Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security

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    Michelle Dixon [MSFT], Sep 24, 2004
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