Guest bsenftner Posted January 13, 2012 Report Share Posted January 13, 2012 This issue seems to be getting a lot of people... Fresh install of Windows Server 2008 R2, with 0 Roles installed, meaning I removed the Web Server (IIS) Role, and all it's dependencies were auto-removed at that time as well. I read posts here describing similar situations, followed their advice, but still the issue persists. I followed the advice here: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1362841Where a post suggested disabling these services:1) WebClient <- was running, I stopped & set for manual start2) Web Deployment Agent Service <- does not exist as a service (perhaps removed when I removed the IIS role?)3) Microsoft .NET Framework NGEN. <- was running, I stopped & set for manual start After rebooting, these services are not running, but Start_as_program.exe still pops the dialog "Warning Ports in use!", reporting port number 80, PID=4, process name = System, Path to process = ? Checking the Task Manager, "System", PID=4 is "NT Kernel & System". This is a physical server intended as a WebAPI host, going into a colo ASAP, I would like it to run on port 80. Here's the result of "Server Status":Your Internet IP Address = 18.104.22.168 Accessible from Internet = No Newer UniServer Version = Current Cron run status = Not running PHP INI: php.ini file = Production Apache port = 80 Apache SSL port = 443 Apache executable name = httpd1.exe Apache service name = US_ApacheS1 Apache SSL server = Disabled Apache run status = Not running Apache install status = Free to install MySQL port = 3306 MySQL executable name = mysqld1.exe MySQL service name = US_MySQLS1 MySQL run status = Not running MySQL install status = Free to install Apache port = 80 In use by another server Apache SSL port = 443 Is free to use MySQL port = 3306 Is free to use FWIW: This is a fresh OS install. No Skype installed. Only software installed is Firefox, paint.net, notepad++, 7-Zip, and my own executable, purely a number crunching command line utility with no IO other than stdin/stdout. Any idea how to move the System off port 80? Also, Start_as_service.exe pops the same dialog... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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