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I installed on OSX server 10.5 and works great.

But as it is not possible to do IP binding I need to un install.

So can I do IP binding or how do I uninstall.


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You can uninstall with the tool "Uninstall Kerio Workspace" provided with the installer dmg.
As for IP binding, It is certainly possible to do this into the tomcat configuration files.
I assume you have to change the IP adress in the Host section of /usr/local/kerio/workspace/tomcat/conf/server.xml.

[Updated on: Wed, 20 October 2010 09:56]

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There is no Admin UI for IP address binding, but you can edit the Tomcat XML configuration file to achieve that.

0. Open Terminal and become root by typing 'sudo bash'
1. Open file /usr/local/kerio/workspace/tomcat/conf/server.xml
2. There are <Connector> lines that look like this:

<Connector port="${com.kerio.workspace.http.port}" protocol="HTTP/1.1" pollerSize="1024" redirectPort="${com.kerio.workspace.https.port}" />

3. Add an "address" attribute to the <Connector> tag:

<Connector address="" port="${com.kerio.workspace.http.port}" protocol="HTTP/1.1" pollerSize="1024" redirectPort="${com.kerio.workspace.https.port}" />

4. Restart the server: launchctl stop com.kerio.workspace.application.


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