My default website/page changed

Posted on 2011-10-03
Last Modified: 2013-12-18
I have a Windows 2003 server. I have lotus domino installed and created an application which was my default website/page when I accessed it through the internet. Then I installed Sharepoint services to create a company calendar which I could access through the internet. Unfortunately it took over as being the default website/ page when I access through the internet. How can I change domino back to being the default?
Question by:schmad01
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    Expert Comment

    uninstall SharePoint.

    create Company calendar in Domino.
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    Accepted Solution

    Sharepoint has taken over the port 80 on the server and which ever starts first will become the webserver.

    If you do want sharepoint on the server as well then you can look to give server multiple IP address and then bind Lotus Domino to one IP and sharepoint to another.

    Binding Domino to IPAddress

    Sharepoint uses IIS I believe so nned to look at IIS binding.

    Author Closing Comment

    Yes, that will work. Thanks!  I was also thinking of doing virtual servers.

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