ufrich1 Absent Member.
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How can i change the Port via ZMAN

Hello,
we have some problems with out https ZCM Webinterface via Port 636.
Something went wrong with the Certificates.
Is it possible, to change the Port of the Webinterface form 636 to 389, so we can access the Webinterface again?
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Re: How can i change the Port via ZMAN

ufrich1;2403737 wrote:
Hello,
we have some problems with out https ZCM Webinterface via Port 636.
Something went wrong with the Certificates.
Is it possible, to change the Port of the Webinterface form 636 to 389, so we can access the Webinterface again?


Hi,
try posting your question here instead: https://forums.novell.com/forumdisplay.php/1019-ZCM11-Server-Install

Thomas
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Re: How can i change the Port via ZMAN

ufrich1;2403737 wrote:
Hello,
we have some problems with out https ZCM Webinterface via Port 636.
Something went wrong with the Certificates.
Is it possible, to change the Port of the Webinterface form 636 to 389, so we can access the Webinterface again?


Hi,
try posting your question here instead: https://forums.novell.com/forumdisplay.php/1019-ZCM11-Server-Install

Thomas
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ufrich1 Absent Member.
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Re: How can i change the Port via ZMAN

Solved the Problem.
Just forgot, that i have the possibility to lock in ZCM by local Administrator. So i could change the setting within ZCM
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