The initial installation of the SMG BCC incorrectly allows HTTP connections over port 41080.
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This issue is currently being considered by Symantec to be addressed in the next major revision of the product.
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To resolve this issue manually disable all HTTP traffic on the command prompt of the BCC server
To Disable all HTTP traffic to the BCC server by using commands on the CLI prompt, follow these steps:
i. Login the to the Admin CLI prompt on the SMG BCC server
ii. At the prompt enter in the following and press Enter:
cc-config http --off
NOTE: These steps will stop and restart the BCC