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Windows 7, IIS, Basic Web Site, can't access on any other pc's?

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Hello Experts,

I'm setting up a basic default website in IIS used for my home media center.  I can access the site locally on the pc using it's IP of http://192.168.1.83/, but when I go to any other pc on my network, I'm unable to access the website.  

Any suggestions?
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by:Sanjay Santoki
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Hello,


Please be sure your firewall or Antivirus software is not blocking required port.

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Sanjay Santoki
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by:rdabate
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Firewalls are disabled, and I'm not sure what port to look at.
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It should be TCP 80.
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