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To check what's using Port 80:
To change Alteryx Server's Port:
Many programs use Port 80 in addition to Alteryx Server:
Skype has a feature to avoid using port 80. In menu Tools, Options, section Connection, ensure that "Use port 80 and 443 for additional incoming connections" is unticked:
Great explanation for checking doors and material to support the infrastructure IT.
I'm trying to change the port for Alteryx Server on my demo machine.
In going through the process you outline above, when I get to step 6 and try to open System Settings, I get the error "You have no valid licenses".
Yet when I reset the XML file to its original settings, I can open System Settings without an issue.
Any thoughts on what might be causing this? (the new licensing process maybe?)
Hope all is well.
Off the top of my head, I would check to make sure that your license for Server is installed at the system-level and not a user-level on the machine. Quick way to check that may be to try to access Alteryx Server from a different user in Windows & see if you're still licensed.
Reach out to Support if you continue to have trouble.
This was interesting!