Planning & Analyzer on same server

Hi there,we tried to install Analyzer 6.1 & Planning 2.3.1 on the same Win2K server but have a port conflict since both are using Tomcat as Web Application Server.Is there anyone having the same architecture?Thanks.

once a DC has Exchange installed demoting this DC is NOT SUPPORTED operation!!!
First you MUST move Exchange to another machine. Therefore ask the Exchange experts in the already mentioned forum.
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    My Blog:
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