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msharrelson
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Unite on Windows Home Server

Hello all,

 

Have any of you tried to install the BB Unite on a Windows Home Sever yet?  I know there will be a webpage conflict if you can't change the port 8080, but I don't know what else it is probably going to break.

 

Any Ideas?

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mnicholls
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Registered: ‎09-26-2008
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Re: Unite on Windows Home Server

It is running fine on my WHS.  I didn't have anything else running on 8080 already so it wasn't an issue for me. 
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msharrelson
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Re: Unite on Windows Home Server

Ok, I thought that if you went to xxx.homeserver.com  the first page you came to before logging in was accessed by port 8080.  I am going to have to try it then.  I have Whisst and Sharepoint running too, and I know the sharepoint's port is different since I changed it. 
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2-1-Alpha
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Re: Unite on Windows Home Server

Hi all,

 

Please note that Windows XP SP2 (and higher) and Windows Vista (32 bit editions for both) are the only supported platforms.

Jason

Analyst | Tier 3 Support Operations | BlackBerry Technical Support

BlackBerry MVS Certified Integration Specialist
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msharrelson
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Re: Unite on Windows Home Server

Noted!  :smileyhappy:  Yes, thanks Alpha,  I read that but thought I would try it anyway.  Plus wouldn't it be great for you guys to know if it works or not on the WHS.  Just think of the marketing that would open up.  Families getting their home server and then are able to use the Unite software on it to synch up BB's that the family has.  I know I will use it for mine and my parents and wife's.  It might be something you guys should look at to develop Unite for the home server. 

 

Michael.