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abdel

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Hello,

I'd like to know how I can change the admin port 4040 to another port number?

Thanks for you help.
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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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This is not possible. Is there a reason you need to change the administration port? Note that in the recently released version 9.2 you can now administer Kerio Connect using MyKerio. In this case you do not need to expose the administration port from the Internet.

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abdel

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Behind a proxy I only have acces to port 80 and 443. If I can change the port to 80, I can have acces to the admin page.
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In that case I suggest to use MyKerio to manage your Kerio Connect server.

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abdel

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For security and privacy purposes I don't want to use a third party service who has access to my server.

Since I can change the ports of other services, there's no reason not to be able to change the port 4040. Other than a company based decision I assume.
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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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You can use the reverse proxy in Kerio Control to access the administration through HTTPS (443).

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