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Trying to set up a default website in IIS. When trying to start the website I get the error message: "website cannot be started another website may be using the same port."

I don't see any other bindings on port 80 in IIS. Is there a way to determine what else might be using the port on the machine?

Thanks


Ran across an issue like this when I was setting up a new web site on port 80. Of course, the Default Web Site instance is also on port 80, and conflicts. I thought I solved this by going to "Edit Bindings" and changing the "Default Web Site's" port to 81 and leaving my new site on 80. I still could not start my new site. I had to delete and re-create my new web site, then I could start it. It's like it still thought "Default Web Site" was on 80, even though it wasn't. Even an iisreset, a recycle of my new site's app pool and web site all did not work. Maybe if I had restarted the site/app pool of the "Default Web Site", maybe that would've worked, too, but didn't try it - just deleted/re-created my new site. But that was enough to break through the "Default Web Site" keeping a hold of that port!

Plesk shows error: This website cannot be started. Another Web site , Another Web site may be using the same port. The same error appears when trying to change hosting settings, e.g. Hosting type from No hosting� Another Web site may be using the same port.' Environment. GFI Archiver; All supported environments; Root Cause. The website hosting GFI Archiver cannot be started due to port conflict. Resolution. Determine what program is using the same port as the website hosting GFI Archiver by running the command netstat -abno at the command prompt.


I also received this error, but it was not because of multiple sites (my installation of IIS only had a single site with a single binding).

Running netstat -ano showed nothing listening on port 8624.

The problem was that a URL Reservation was generated previously for a different web server. I was able to query the URL ACLs with the following command in PowerShell as administrator:

netsh http show urlacl

To remove it, enter the following (replace the last argument with the reserved URL from the show urlacl query):

netsh http delete urlacl http://*:8624/

IIS cannot be started. Another web site may be using the same port , the web sites starting the Default Web Site and I get the Error "This web site cannot be started. Another web site may be using the same port. Download a free copy of Microsoft TCP View and it will tell you what process has acquired each port. If the issue is due to some (other) process having captured that port, this will reveal the culprit.


or more specifically, go to cmd and type in :

netstat -aon | find ":80"

IIS, IIS - 'This Web site cannot be started. Another Web site may be using the same port' The following message appears when attempting to start the FTP site at IIS Manager: The following messages appear in the Event Viewer on restart of Microsoft FTP service or when starting the FTP Site in IIS: CONFIG_TEXT: The virtual site '203.0.113.2' is invalid because the site binding '203.0.113.2:21:' could not be configured.


Go to Cmd, then type netstat -a Look for local address or local port for 80, or http

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I had the same issue. Found that I had to bind my application in https mode, a cert is installed on my PC which defaults to 443 port when binding.

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