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Now right-click the task bar and select Start Task Manager. Filtered by:. Previous 1 2 template Next. Lenny Forziati. How to determine what software is using port 80 or any other port , PM. For troubleshooting why the Web App Server says the port is in use If you are using some other version of windows, you will not be able to continue as below. But there are still a number of third-party tools available which can be downloaded instead.
One such tool that has been used successfully by several people is fport. From a command prompt, run netstat -o. The output looks something like: Code:. Tags: None. John Oesterle. Lenny - It would appear netstat -a displays the same info in WIN Comment Post Cancel. You can use netstat on to confirm that the port is in fact open, but you cannot find out by which process. Re: How to determine what software is using port 80 or any other port I tried the above; nothing appears to be using port 80 on the list, however, I get the error that the port is in use with WAS.
I've deleted the sites that were using in IIS why am I still getting this error? I have an Asus 2 in 1 laptop and their Flip Lock service attaches itself to Port Simply disabled the service and everything works now.
In windows you can get information about the ports that are being used by some aplicacions with this commands: netstat -ao netsh http show urlacl. So if you want to use Asus Flip Service and release port 80 you could change the Web Service Port that is being used, I changed the port to Just like to thank you for this post.
They have the Skype issue indicated on their site but it was by disabling http. Thanks again for taking the time to write this up lost nearly hour before finding this post…. Start service. Took me 4 hours to find it….
Thank you so much for you help! Hi, Thank you so much. I have wasted more than 72 hours to find this solution. Access control configuration prevents your request from being allowed at this time.
Please contact your service provider if you feel this is incorrect. Hi, I have no services running on port 80 checked by using netstat -o -n -a findstr 0. I found out that what was taking over port 80 is http api service. I wrote in cmd:. Then wrote localhost and wallah, Apache is up and running on port Hope this helps. That will show you the PID of the process that is listening on port Use TcpView to find the process that listens to the port and close the process.
You can use net stop http it will display which process is using. Moslty world wide web services are using. This is just a guess, but since port 80 is the conventional port for HTTP, you may have a webserver running on your system. Is IIS active? If you are running IIS you may have the web farm service running.