How to configure Backup Exec to use a TCP Port other than 3527 if that port is being used by another application
|Article:TECH36890|||||Created: 2005-01-20|||||Updated: 2013-11-19|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH36890|
How to configure Backup Exec to use a TCP Port other than 3527 if that port is being used by another application.
TCP Port 3527 is reserved by Backup Exec. If this port is in use by another application, the installation will complete, but the Backup Exec Server Service will not start and Backup Exec will not load.
Locating the application using TCP Port 3527 and reassigning the application to another port is preferred; however, the port used by Backup Exec can be changed if necessary.
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Note: SBS 2000 and SBS 2003 install the SBS firewall service on port 3527 by default.
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