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> Hi All,
> A client has a 3rd party portal application that runs on port 80, I
> have gone into IIS 7 and edit the bindings for the default website to
> run off a different port. Restarted IIS / server and the Default
> website is indeed on the other port, and Port 80 returns no page.
> Checking into the server connections via Netstat it shows 80 as
> listening but a "can not obtain ownership information" when trying to
> get the process holding it open. Going one step farther, I got the PID
> for this port, which was 4, the System and cannot seem to free up 80.
> The problem I have is when I try to run the 3rd party app on 80 it
> does to appear, I configure it for another port and it is fine.
> Any Ideas? I know IIS 7 is a little different but I do not see any
> other area to modify the port or is this the OS now holding onto 80
> for whatever reason?.
> No Apache, SQL reporting services or anything like that on this
> server, which I have seen interfere in other situations. I am
> scratching my head on this one.
> Any Ideas..???