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I have SBS 2003 setup here, and trying to use RWW. It was working fine months ago, but now when I try to connect to a remote PC, it says the computer is busy.

I did some troubleshooting and found out that port 4125 was being used by my Blackberry Application. I killed that application, and now the port is free. Now i see that RWW has not taken control back over port 4125. I restarted IIS Admin service but it did not help, any suggestions?
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Have you tried to reboot the server? Boot the Blackberry Application service to Disabled.
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Was hoping to avoid rebooting, i have stopped the black berry services.
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Just restarted it, still not taking port 4125..
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by:Olaf De Ceuster
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Just rerun the wizards in the SBS console.
It will reset all.
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Does your router use uPNP, if it's on the wizard will control the router however if you setup port 4125 manually without uPNP you'll have to reset the router delete and reconfigure port 4125.

Or turn uPNP on if off, but I don't recommend this for security reasons.
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After reboot, i noticed the DNS process took 4125. I restarted that service and its working now.
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That's odd. Glad you got it working!
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