I am using SharePoint Server 2007 Enterprise with Windows Server 2008 Enterprise, and I am using publishing portal template. I have created a web application for intranet zone. I want to know how to change the port number of the web application? Could I change it directly in IIS manager (is this way safe)?
Extend your existing web application to a new port ( CA > Application Mgmt > Extend an existing web application > apply new port and/or host header).
You can then delete the old web application using CA.
hth Anders Rask
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