Backup Exec Remote Agent - Assigning different port to install on

Posted on 2008-11-18
Last Modified: 2013-12-01
By default when you install a Backup Exec remote agent for Windows Servers, it wants to use port 10000.  I have a website attached to this port.  How do I install the agent on a different port?  I know this isn't specifically a Windows questions, but know someone out there has encountered the same problem. I'm using Backup Exec for Windows Servers v.11d.  
Question by:akdreaming
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    Have a read of this article here:

    How to change the default port used by the Backup Exec Remote Agent for Windows Servers (RAWS)

    Author Comment

    Yes, thanks.  I actually found this article and was able to apply my fix yesterday.  But thanks for taking the time to send it along again.  it does in fact work.  Best bet is to copy the RAWS32 folder to the server you are installing the agent on, and then install locally.  Then go to the location in the document and make your changes.  Works.

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