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j.turley

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Hi,

One of my Mac servers is running Kerio Connect 8.5.1 and I've just update it to Mac OS X 10.10.5 (server) and now Kerio's http (80) and https (443) won't start.

I've tried the normal 'sudo launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/org.apache.httpd.plist' but this doesn't work and I get the following error.

/System/Library/LaunchDaemons/org.apache.httpd.plist: Could not find specified service

Any ideas guys?

Thanks

Jason
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j.turley

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So, I've been digging around a bit and found some articles that point to this being related to the new Mac OS X server app (5.0.4) that has just been released.

http://krypted.com/mac-security/troubleshooting-apache-proxi es-and-tomcat-in-os-x-server-5/

Still no further to a resolution but on the right path.

If anyone can shed any light it would be most helpful.

Jason
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anarvey

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I have been using a method of Reverse Proxy web apps to have Kerio Connect run along with OS X Server app.
Server v5.0.4 does a lot more with Apache than previous versions it seems.
I have now been able to make this work with the changes that occurred in Server v.5.04.
The details are in a tutorial I wrote available at the RAIS page: http://rais.precursor.ca
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skerkvli

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Has anyone found a solution to disable 443 and 8443 on the Apple server software so that Kerio Connect can use those ports?
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anarvey

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A detailed explanation of how to run Kerio (and other services like FileMaker Server and Rumpus) on an OS X Server implementation is discussed in the Reverse Proxy tutorial you can access at the RAIS page:

http://rais.precursor.ca

You will find it in the Tutorials section at the bottom of the page.
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lodewijk

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my" solution" to this problem ever since OSX 10.7 or 10.8 is to run Kerio on its own mac mini with NO server app/os running on it..
works like a charm Smile
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anarvey

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"my" solution" to this problem ever since OSX 10.7 or 10.8 is to run Kerio on its own mac mini with NO server app/os running on it.."

Right. There is no doubt that running Kerio on its own non-server Mac is best practice.

I have employed the reverse proxy technique only where that was not currently an option.
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