I have two different applications installed on Windows Server 2008 which happened to use (by default) the same localhost IP address (127.0.0.1) for their web-services.
I assigned two different available ports thinking it would not cause an issue/conflict (127.0.0.1:80 & 127.0.0.8089).
However, one takes over the localhost address and makes the other application web feature non functional.
Before I start uninstalling one of the apps I would like to know if there is another solution? Maybe edit the localhost file and adjust IIS settings?
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