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How to change the default https port

Posted on 1998-09-03
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Hi,

Can anyone help me on how to change the default https port 443 for
the Microsoft IIS webserver.

Please cc your mail to sswami@krdl.org.sg
Cheers swamy
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Have a look at this key in the Registry (this is on WinNt 4):
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\W3SVC\Parameters

see if changing the SecurePort value will work.
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