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need to move WSUS in IIS from default website to new website

I've created my WSUS site incorrectly on the default website using a certificate and wanting to use 8531 on the site. i am required at work to move it onto another new website in IIS, but i am unsure as to what exactly needs to be done to accomplish it to ensure it works on the new website.  can someone describe in steps what needs to be done?   i can't find it online - only found it for 2008, but we are on 2003 R2.
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Stelian StanNetwork AdministratorCommented:
If you need to change the port, have a look on this post: http://slashhome.wordpress.com/2008/09/29/wsus-default-web-site-and-custom-ports-in-iis/
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JodyBearAuthor Commented:
so change the port in registry, run the 2 wsusutil commands and do the SSL again is all i need to do?  i thought there would be a little more.
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JodyBearAuthor Commented:
also, i have to remove the default website (required), so how can i ensure the self-update doesn't give me a million errors as it needs the port 80 to communicate?  i have that happening on another network i administrate.
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Stelian StanNetwork AdministratorCommented:
I did that long time ago and if I remember correctly it worked for me.
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JodyBearAuthor Commented:
ok, thanks, i'll try it today.  the only thing is i don't have a mcafee device like it states on the website and i can't keep the default website, but i'll see what i can do.
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