I have a VB program developed as a desktop client using ADO. Server is SQL
2000. How can I contact my server from the client using port 80 instead of
Tibor Karaszi, SQL Server MVP
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> > You can change the port by using the Server Network Utility.
from your client, thenQuote:> If you can't change that IIS uses port 80 and still want to use port 80
The result need to beQuote:> the request need to pass through IIS. And it can in the form of an URL.
called "Configure SQL XMLQuote:> XML formatted. There's a program icon in the SQL Server program group
thanks,Quote:> Support in IIS".
> But, this will of course mean you have to write your app differently...
reprogramming is not feasible. i guess will have to disable iis server and
move it to a new box
Can I configure one SQL Server to communicate using Port
80 and the other to listen on Port 80 to bypass issues
where Port 1433 can't be opened? Is there more that I am