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    Eclipse.Net and IIS7 issues

    Hi guys, sorry if I'm not making much sense just been on this for a while and my brains starting to turn to mush.

    I've just been trying to get Eclipse.Net set up on one of our servers. After getting IIS7, MySQL and the Eclipse Server actually installed and licensed I've not been able to figure out how to get it running. After opening Server Manager and trying to start the website the following error comes up;
    "The World Wide Web Publishing Service (WWW Service) did not register the URL prefix http://*:80/ for site 1. The site has been disabled. The data field contains the error number."

    After doing some research into this and what I'm finding is several blogs suggesting that I use "netstat -ano |findstr 80" on the command prompt to see what's using the port. My first line returned is "TCP 0.0.0.0:80 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENING 1672". The problem is I can't figure out what to do next since everything that gave me the netstat command to try says the solution won't work if something is listening. Any help on how to continue or what to try next to find out what's going on would be greatly appreciated.
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    Have you tried it on a different port to see if it works?

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    Have you got anything listening on port 80 already?

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    Is Eclipse.Net installed under the default web site, or a separate one? It may be the default listening on Port 80 if so.

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    By the looks of it you have something already listening on port 80. To find out what it is : open task manager, Process tab, add the PID column. Look for the process with PID of 1672. You can't have two different programs listening on port 80, you then need to change the port on either that service or IIS.
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    I had to put Eclipse on its own server as it works better on its own, Have you used the Configure program to set the parameters?

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    Hey all, thanks for your suggestions. Shortly after posting this thread yesterday I realised someone forgot to restart the server. It was working after that so guess that was all it was. Sorry about that. >_<

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