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Default Chapter 1 page 27 NGINX

I am running Windows with McAfee virus protection. On attempting the nginx command I get

nginx: [emerg] bind() to 0.0.0.0:80 failed (10013: An attempt was made to access a socket in a way forbidden by its access permissions)

I looked on the nginx website and around on Google some but I have no idea how to get this fixed without exposing my PC to every nasty little bug on the web by shutting down my virus protection, which I gather is the course of action that I need to take in order to open port 80 (which is puzzling, as it seems to me access should already be there for that port). Or is there another something somewhere else on my PC I need to kick, and playing with the virus protection is the wrong direction?
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Also, I am logged on as an administrator, and I really hesitate to mess with the registry to fix it, which seems to be the direction this is headed if it is not a virus protection related fix.
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"...use another port. Here’s how you do that:
Open the file called “conf/nginx.conf” and edit the line that reads:
listen 80;
Change it to
listen 8080;"

From: http://www.montrealseocompany.com/20...hp-on-windows/

Note that you will need to append ":8080" after localhost or dot addresses. For example,
http://localhost:8080/view.html
http://192.168.2.5:8080/view.html
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