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Change default Web Port of Exchange Web in IIS 7.0

Posted on 2010-08-31
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I am stuggling with how to change the default web port in IIS 7.0 on the Exchange Web Access.  How do I do this.

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by:scriven_j
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To change a web port in IIS 7 expand Sites to see the websites.  Select the site you want and on the 'Actions' tab on the right hand side, select Bindings and then edit / add accordingly.
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Here is a screenshot
IIS7.jpg
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I am not sure what version of Exchange you are running, but on Exchange 2003, I think all the websites you will need to consider start with 'EX'.  I think it is Exchweb and maybe Exchange that you will need to look at.


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by:stacystyles
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Will this populate down to the Exchange Web, my problem is that it is defaulting to HTTPS and I do not want that.
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If it won't let you change the HTTP (or this is not an option), then you could try ADDING a binding rather than editing.  I don''t have Exchange running on Windows Server 2008 though, so can't advise categorically.....
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You might also need to delete the HTTPS binding as well.  make sure you take a backup before you do though, just in case.
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What version of Exchange are you running?
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I am running Exchange 2010.  What I want is to go to http://servername/ecp  When I try it defaults to https://servername/ecp
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I am not running Exchange 2010 so cannot do any testing here.

Can you upload a screenshot similar to the one I uploaded above which shows the bindings?

What is the problem with using SSL/HTTPS?
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