Neil and Steve - you both were correct - there was a 4D Server service
running that had been created since the last reboot many months ago.
Thanks to you both for the fast and accurate response!!

>
> Message: 12
> Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2019 13:07:39 -0600
> From: "Stephen J. Orth" <s.o...@the-aquila-group.com>
> To: "'4D iNug Technical'" <4d_tech@lists.4d.com>
> Cc: "'David Rose'" <drose...@gmail.com>
> Subject: RE: Urgent! Port conflict - 4D Server
> Message-ID: <00b001d4bf18$6529b720$2f7d2560$@the-aquila-group.com>
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>
> David,
>
> Is the system running as a service and you don't know it?
>
> Steve
>
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>
> Subject: Urgent! Port conflict - 4D Server
>
> On a Windows 7 box running 4D Server v15, I rebooted the computer today and 
> found, when I restarted 4D Server and tried to open the database (or a brand 
> new database), I get this error:
> "Failed to launch DB4D Server. Please make sure that the port assigned to the 
> DB4D Server is not used by another application." When I click Continue I get 
> "Failed to create a listening socket."
>
> I tried opening the database in 4D, but got a message asking if I wanted to 
> open it in read only mode. If I say yes, I am not able to get into the design 
> environment in order to get into Database Settings in order to try changing 
> the port numbers for the application server, web server, SQL server.
>
> I tried repairing both the structure and data files, trashing the 4D  and 4D 
> Server Preferences files, and reinstalling 4D Server. No luck. I also user 
> the Unlocker utility to check to see if the data files are falsely locked. 
> They're not.
>
> If you know of a solution to this problem, please email me directly:
> drose...@gmail.com.
>
> TIA,
> David
>
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>
> From: "Dennis, Neil" <neil.den...@umb.com>
>
> Ensure that no other version of 4D are running on the machine... as a service 
> or as another user.
>
> Neil
>
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