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MSMQ from the plumber's mate MSMQ is part of your business' IT plumbing which makes you the plumber and I'm your mate. July 2011 Entries
MSMQ documentation error–MSMQ over HTTP(S) does NOT use TCP port 1801
Someone on Serverfault noticed that the TechNet article “Network Ports Used by Message Queuing” states MSMQ over HTTP(S) requires TCP port 1801: Delivery mechanism Required ports HTTP TCP port 1801 The TCP port that is used for HTTP traffic by the Message Queuing Server which has the HTTP Support feature enabled. By default, Internet Information Services (IIS) uses TCP port 80 for HTTP traffic. HTTPS TCP port 1801 The TCP port that is used for HTTPS traffic by the Message Queuing Server which has ......

Posted On Monday, July 25, 2011 9:16 PM

Broken Event Log service prevents MSMQ installation
Oliver Ogg Oliver Ogg, occasional salsa dancer, blogged the other day about a problem he was having installing MSMQ. The root cause was an invalid registry entry for the Event Log Service. MSMQ needed to write an event during setup but would fail as this service was not working. Once the Event Log service was fixed, MSMQ would install successfully. The problem was specifically the ServiceDll registry value referring to an empty string so the event log service could not find the service DLL file to ......

Posted On Monday, July 25, 2011 8:57 PM

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