If the service claims to be running with nothing logged in event viewer and nothing shows up in
netstat -ano | find "6080" maybe its been configured to run on another port or isn't listening at all.
Right-click the service (in the services.msc list) and go to Properties to find the name of the .exe it runs like if its
arc.exe then do this in command prompt to see what Process ID the service is running as...:
tasklist /svc | find "arc.exe"
Then you can do the following to see which port(s) the service is listening on, if any:
netstat -ano | find "<PID>"
H:\>netstat -ano | find "11144"
TCP 0.0.0.0:6099 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENING 11144
TCP 0.0.0.0:52945 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENING 11144
TCP (Ip Address):52945 :52947 ESTABLISHED 11144
TCP (IP Address):52947 52945 ESTABLISHED 11144
TCP [::]:6099 [::]:0 LISTENING 11144
TCP [::]:52945 [::]:0 LISTENING 11144
In the example above, the PID 11144 is listening on port
6099, instead of what you expect the
Thus, you should be able to access it via: