HTTP Service Namespace Management

Updated: January 7, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

To receive HTTP requests, a server application must have its URL registered with the HTTP Service. If the server application is running without administrative credentials, the server application must reserve a URL namespace before it can register. Reserving a URL namespace creates an access control list (ACL) for that namespace. Additionally, a server application (hosted by the HTTP Service) might conflict with another application (not hosted by the HTTP Service) if both use the same IP addresses and port.

Events

Event ID Source Message

18

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Attempted to reserve URL (%1). Status %2. This event can be benign or yellow, depending on whether the status is Succeed or Failed.

31

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Attempted to add URL (%2) to URL group (%1). Status: %3. This event can be benign or Yellow, depending on whether the status is Succeed or Failed.

15005

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Unable to bind to the underlying transport for %2. The IP Listen-Only list may contain a reference to an interface which does not exist on this machine. The data field contains the error number.

15014

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Unable to convert IP Listen-Only list entry %2. The data field contains the error number.

15015

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Unable to convert all entries on IP Listen-Only list. Driver will listen on all available interfaces.

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