This article is describing how to modify the communication port for the various SSO components.
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In case the default communication port used is not suitable, e.g. because another service is using the same port or maybe due to company policy requirements, it is desirable to have the option to modify the relevant TCP port for the following components:
In the below example 43980 is the new sample value for the relevant communication port.
Adjust this value according to your needs.
Policy Server (listen to Clients):
SSO Client (talk):
AD-Listener (listen to AD):
AD-Listener (talk to SSO Server):
Policy Manager (talk to SSO Server):
Release: SOASA199000-12.1-SOA Security Manager-w/ SOA Agent Addl CPUs