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Running IIS and JBoss on the same server (SBS 2008)

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One of our clients has installed HMS Jboss application server on SBS 2008.
From this moment, we're unable to use the IIS websites such is OWA, and unable to use windows update.

I'm sure it's far from being  a best practice to run both of those applications on the same machine.

What do you recommend us to do?

Thx  

BTW, the SBS2008 was installed yesterday...
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>>I'm sure it's far from being  a best practice to run both of those applications on the same machine.

True

First of all, stop JBoss and see if IIS returns to correct operation
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Tried that, nope. The error is:
HTTP Error 500.19 - Internal Server Error
Calling LoadLibraryEx on ISAPI filter "C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\ClientAccess\owa\auth\owaauth.dll" failed
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That's an IIS problem, so i'll leave it to the other zone people
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Thx. But from your experience the Jboss could have done it right?
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Please provide complete error logs from event viewer.
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Try registering this dll
start - run - regsvr32 (just drag and drop the owaauth.dll ) file into the run box so you will get the full path - regsvr32 c:\programfiles....

I think bez of 2 web server running in a single physical server and some files got corrupted.
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Probably you wont need to change any thing on IIS end. To verify, Stop Jboss and restart the phusical server and see if IIS and OWA works. If yes, then you should opt for changing the ports for Jboss. You may try : run -Djboss.service.binding.set=ports-01
or some other method to change the port binding.
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>> Stop Jboss and restart the phusical server and see if IIS and OWA works.

I already suggested that - apparently it doesn't
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:)
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