In default configuration, Policy Manager Server listens to HTTPS traffic on port 443. However, if there is a requirement for changing this port, clients connected to the Policy Manager may end up in state where they are no longer able to communicate with the server.
This article describes, how to configure port forwarding on the server running windows. Effectively, this allows the Policy Manager Server to listen to multiple TCP ports.
To print the current settings:
To remove the netsh portproxy forward from port 443 to 444:
Remember to ensure, all configured TCP ports are open in the windows firewall on the server hosting PMS.
To accomplish this, we use "Netsh interface portproxy " documented here.
Also ensure, the correct listening port is provided in the Policy Manager policy.
The following command forwards TCP port traffic from port 443 to port 444. (Note: PMS=Policy Manager Server):
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