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[Phpgroupware-tracker] [ 100380 ] port rediredtion

From: nobody
Subject: [Phpgroupware-tracker] [ 100380 ] port rediredtion
Date: Tue, 05 Feb 2002 09:59:21 -0500

Support Request #100380, was updated on 2002-Feb-05 14:59
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Category: Question
Status: Open
Priority: 5
Summary: port rediredtion

By: ovidiumihai
Date: 2002-Feb-05 14:59

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I'm in charge with install and configure phpgroupware 
in a small office network with 10 stations.
The server is an NT 4.0 with a Service Pack 5. The NT 
is a internet server too, and use a WinProxy 4.0 set 
as transparent proxy. I installed Apache Server 
1.3.22, MySql 3.23.44 and PHP 4.0 win distribution.
Because of port 80, who is already been in use by 
proxy, the phpgroupware is not functioning...I can 
configure the application but when I try to login, I 
obtain an 'You are not autorized to view this page' 
powered by Internet explorer...:-)
I thinck this happened because of port 80. Because the 
office head do not permit to modify any proxy settings 
and because there is no other computer to play as 
a 'server' for this application, I must find another 
solution, in fact I think I must 'enforce' 
phpgroupware and apache to communicate using another 
port.So, I tryed to modify apache server in 
httpd.config tu use another port...but it seems I must 
modify and phpgroupware too, to fit this need.
am I right or not?...and what is the solution for make 
the phpgroupware works with this server and in this 

I ask you to excuse my english...and my probably 
misunderstunding in phpgroupware...but, unfortunately 
I am not a php developper nether a linux 

Thank you for the patience and for the answer!

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