Last post Jul 04, 2009 01:47 AM by integrasol
Jul 03, 2009 02:49 PM|rengeek33|LINK
I am an ASP.NET developer (have been since 1995). I have a new office with a couple of servers. I develop on my laptop and have recently deployed to one of our servers (WinServ2003). This server also has CRM 4.0 installed and working fine. I connect
to the network via VPN over our internal LAN lines. I have access to the servers, run programs on them, and copy files back and forth.
I configured the app as a new web site using port 8090 so it wouldn't conflict with CRM. When I am on the server I access the app from the browser at address
http://<server>:8090 and it works fine - pages appear, data-driven pages read the data (also on the same server), etc.
When I am on my laptop and try to access the app with
http://<server>:8090 I get the error <server> is not set up to establish connection with port "8090". I don't see anyplace to set this up in IIS. OR is this a problem with my Vista development laptop?
Any help would be appreciated.
Jul 04, 2009 01:47 AM|integrasol|LINK
I don't know if this is a server or client problem, but if you have the same problem on another client, then it could very well be the firewall on the server that blocks your access. Short of trying another client, have you checked the firewall on your Vista