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Contributor II
Contributor II

Installation Virtual machine port 80 in use by system

Hi All,

I want to install Qlik Sense on a virtual machine build in Azure.

The firts notice on istallation is that port 80 is in use.

I figured out that it is by PID  4- the system itself.

1 . Can i install and correct later , if yes, how

2. Can anyone tel me what the cause is in Windows and how to solve.

Using Windows server 2012 R2  

With kind regards

Lidia

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Creator
Creator

We found that the "World Wide Web Publishing Service" uses port 80, so we disable the service on all our Qlik Sense servers.

You can continue with the install, but unlikely that you can use Qlik until you resolve the port conflict.

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Contributor II
Contributor II

Hi all,

tnx for reply.

I stopped the iis service with  (using the inetmgr.exe tool)

This solved the problem .

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Creator
Creator

We found that the "World Wide Web Publishing Service" uses port 80, so we disable the service on all our Qlik Sense servers.

You can continue with the install, but unlikely that you can use Qlik until you resolve the port conflict.

View solution in original post

Partner
Partner

That is Microsofts web server IIS.
If you are going to run Qlik Sense on a server you probably should not install IIS.

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Contributor II
Contributor II

Hi all,

tnx for reply.

I stopped the iis service with  (using the inetmgr.exe tool)

This solved the problem .

View solution in original post