- The Glimmerman
I have Kerio Connect 7.4.3 build 7813 and I'm running Mac OS X 10.8.2 Server.
Everthing worked fine until kerio says that port 80 and 443 already is running.
sudo launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/org.apache.httpd.plist
And this is working, after each reboot Kerio is up and running.
But suddenly after a reboot Kerio isn't running anymore.
The services are not started because something else is.
When executing the above code I can start the Kerio services manually, but after a reboot I have to do this all over.
I recently found out that when using the VPN service this problem occurs. When disabeling the VPN service I can reboot the server and Kerio is up and running without touching the server. As it should.
Why is this happening with the VPN service turned on. VPN uses port 500, 1723, 4500 and has nothing to do with port 80 or 443. So I thought. (I use L2TP and PPTP not SSTP)
When using the above code I manually start the Kerio services and the VPN is still working.
What I find strange.
Why is the unload -w not working when using the VPN service.
What has org.apache.httpd.plist to do with the VPN service
But the main question is:
How can I use the VPN service and Kerio and reboot the server (sometimes) without manualy disabling the Appache service and manually starting the kerio services
thanx in advance for the one that can help me.
[Updated on: Tue, 16 October 2012 11:49]
The simplest solution is to run Kerio on OS X client and not server. What services do you need from 10.8 server?
The other solution is to remove the items in /System/Library/LaunchDaemons. However, as soon as you fire up the server .app or do a software update, you'll have to remove them all over again!
Un-install the server .app and reboot. All your problems will be resolved.
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