Hi Michael,

Apols for delay in replying - been on the hoof.

michael nt milne wrote:
> Thanks for the advice. Yes I've looked at everything mentioned here.
> Localhost is in the hosts file. Zope has started as a service. I've
> changed the hosts file to include localhost:8080/manage etc.
> 
> Yes this is a set-up on Windows Small Business Server and it also has
> an Exchange webmail service running as well.
> 
> The web server is IIS 6.0.
> 
> Enterting http://<domain> or <IP>/exchange
> 
> gives the login for the exchange service, however localhost:8080 or
> 127.0.0.1 etc gives page not found.
> 
> Do I need to set-up a website under IIS or a virtual directory?
> 

Absolutely not - if IIS and Zope are on different ports, they are two
entirely separate beasts.

Does your SBS install include ISA server?

- If so, you will probably need to tweak it.

- If not, I would try looking at logfiles and/or changing Zope's port.

Honestly, this is usually v. easy - either the service is having
problems or there is something else on that port (it's often used by web
application servers, e.g. Tomcat, as a default).

HTH - Let us know where you're at.


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