I need to install Active Directory on a server running server 2008. I get an error saying that TCP port 88 is already in use and it needs to be free (88 kerberos (krb5, kerberos-sec). So I do a netstat -anb and I can see something is listening on it by it says - can not obtain ownership information. I tried running TCPView and I see that TCP port Kerberos is running. It doesn't have a number listed so I tried stopping it and it didn't work.
Any ideas? Thanks
Unfortunately I don't know of a way to force a port closed, it would be finding the process which is listening on the port, and either reconfigure that process to use another port, or stop that process.
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