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drfresh

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Hi all

Has anyone tried to run Workspace (starter edition for now) on a SBS 2008 Server? I'm wondering how it would all work together. I use my SBS as both mail server (Exchange 2007) and webserver thus allready "occupying" port 80 and 443; but could I just change the ports used by workspace?

Perhaps a stupid question, but I'm no expert and SBS2008 is difficult "to handle" as soon as you want anything out of it that is not "standard", so I don't want to mess around before asking for others experience. Thanks!

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pcunix

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Yes, you can change the ports, though in your case you'll need to do it by stopping Workspace, hand-editing (Notepad will do it or DOS edit) the workspace.cfg file and then restarting Workspace.

Or, stop the web server temporarily, restart Workspace, use the browser admin to change the ports, then restart Worrkspace abd the web server.

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Jaromir Obr (Kerio)

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Hi,

Workspace should listen on TCP 4060 upon installation. So you can login to the web admin, change Workspace ports (80/443) and restart the application server.
It's not needed to stop the SBS web server.

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Jaromir Obr
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drfresh

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Thank you very much pcunix and Jaromir! I will give it a try tonight; this seems like a very nice product especially with the client syncing. Just what I have been looking for for some time.
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