Sbs web applications bindings

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Feb 10, 2011 Home IIS. NET Forums IIS 7 and Above Configuration& Scripting Default settings for SBS Web Applications (RWWOWA) SBS 2008 Default settings for SBS Web Applications (RWWOWA) SBS 2008 [Answered RSS 1 replyBindings in IIS for OWA cert How do I get my new cert to show up in the Site Bindings box for my SBS Web Applications? I have imported the cert but it does not show up when I right click and go to the edit Site Bindings for the https: 443 entry. sbs web applications bindings

Rightclick SBS SharePoint, and then click Edit Bindings. Click Add. In the Add Site Binding dialog, for Type, click http, and then, in Host name, type companyweb.

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A recent installation of a second SharePoint site on Small Business Server 2008 broke the Remote Web Workplace site for access from the internet. Intranet access to the site worked fine, but from the internet where the http request to the site is redirected to https had stopped working. Opening up IIS 7 Manager and checking the bindings of the SBS Web Applications Windows Small Business Server Default Web Site Bindings up vote 3 down vote favorite I am running a new install of SBS 2011. The default website like all installs of IIS has bindings for net. tcp, net. pipe, net. msmq, msmq. formatname.sbs web applications bindings Feb 10, 2010  SBS 2008 default website conflicting with SBS Web applications I have a Windows SBS 2008 Server. I cannot get the default website to start while the SBS web applications site is running. When I try to start the default website it says another site may be using the same port. They both are using port 80 and 443 but port 443 is causing the issue. I tried to edit the bindings

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Apr 27, 2012 I need to install an application (ADFS& CRM) that is using port 443 which will conflict with SBS Web Applications. This will conflict with SBS Web Applications which has the binding Sites on Therefore, I went ahead and change the port from 443 to 445. sbs web applications bindings SBS 2008 default website conflicting with SBS Web applications. I have a Windows SBS 2008 Server. I cannot get the default website to start while the SBS web applications site is running. When I try to start the default website it says another site may be using the same port. They both are using port 80 and 443 but port 443 is causing the issue. I tried to edit the bindings About updating a web application URL and IIS bindings. Unlike typical IIS applications, you cannot simply use IIS Manager or other IIS metabase tools to modify the bindings of IIS web applications that have been extended with SharePoint Server.