You may be required to change the default SSL port assignment if the default SSL port is not available.
You must first verify that the new SSL port that you choose is unused. If you change the port assignment after you deploy managed clients, you must perform an additional task. This task ensures that the clients can continue to communicate with Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager.
After you complete these procedures, you enable SSL in Apache.
To change the Apache SSL port in the management server list
In the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager console, on the Policies tab, click Policy Components > Management Server Lists.
Double-click on the management server list that your groups and locations use. If you only have the default management server list, duplicate the default management server list. Double-click the new list to edit it.
Under Management Servers, highlight the IP address entry for your management server, and then click Add > New Priority.
Click the priority you created and then click Add > New Server.
In the Add Management Server window, enter the server IP address, click Customize HTTPS port, enter the new port number, and then click OK.
Click OK. If you did not edit a copy of the default management server list, go to step 9.
Right-click the copy of the default management server list and click Assign, then assign it to every group and location.
Verify that clients receive this updated policy before you begin the next procedure.
To change the Apache SSL port in the configuration file
In a text editor, open the following file:
Where %SEPM% is the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager installation folder.
Edit the following strings and replace the default of 443 with the new port number:
Save the file and close the text editor.
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