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Is there a way from me to keep share team on port 80 and have the OWA Exchange 2010 (web Interface) use a different port like port 8080 - changing it so that they both can run on the same server????
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by:praveenkumare_sp
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u can as per my knowledge

but OWA must use 80 and 443

u can use 8080 for share team
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Use multiple IP's on your NIC, and assign each their own IP in IIS.

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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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alanhardisty

just wanted to know ur thoughts ,why not my answer as i am the first to say use diffrent port number for sharepoint .
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my solution lets both stay on port 80.
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