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vicompany

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Hi!

W're running a Windows 2008 webserver with IIS 7 in combination with Kerio Mail 6.2. The server is allocated to 5 IP addresses. On the mail server, we have setup one IP address assigned to Kerio (HTTPS and some other Kerio services, SMTP for example). This IP is also the servers' Primary IP address.
I want to setup a SSL / HTTPS site on IIS 7. Of course; using another IP address then the Kerio one. But somehow, I get the following error;

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Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager
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The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070020)
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OK
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To debug some things;
1: we've shut down Kerio. And started IIS HTTPS (with the other IP then Kerio). IIS works fine, but no Kerio; Kerio won't start.
2: Visa versa

What's wrong? Am I doing something wrong? I'm 100% positive that IIS and Kerio have their own IP...

I hope someone can help me finding a solution.

Thanks in advance,

Tim Oskam - VI Company

[Updated on: Mon, 02 November 2009 15:34]

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vicompany

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Hi!

I've solved the problem!
IIS7 assumes it's running alone on the server and took an 0.0.0.0 address for all services you add. HTTP and HTTPS.
You can see it when running 'netstat an' in cmd.

If there are some 0.0.0.0 addresses you can add the ip address your IIS7 is using by doing the following;

1) Open a command prompt
2) Type netsh
3) Type http
4) Type sho iplisten. It should be blank
5) Type add iplisten ipaddress=192.168.0.90 (you're server ip('s))
You should get IP address successfully added
6) Type sho iplisten again
It should show 192.168.0.90 or more in the list
7) Type exit to get out of netsh
Cool Type type netstat -an. See if you notice 192.168.0.90:80 in the list. If you see 0.0.0.0:80, do an iisreset

Thanks to; Steve Schofield


Tim Oskam - VI Company
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I've just had exactly the same problem and was just about to post a note about it. Thanks very much! Now i've got IIS on one IP address and Kerio Webmail on another Smile
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