I read though that you have to do a re-write in IIS or install an
ISAPI re-write extension so that IIS speaks to zope. There's also the
404 asp script in Andy Mckay's book.
Apparently IIS hogs all the ports and has to be forced not to.
Not sure about ISA server.
On 8/9/05, Philip Kilner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 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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