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Windows 2008 and Cisco Data Center Network Manager Problme

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Hello Experts,

I've posted this question in both Windows and Routers as I'm not sure way the problem lays.

Basically, I'm trying to install an application called Cisco Prime Data Center Manager 6.2. However, when I get to a certain stage I get the error message shown in the attached. The installation guides states that I need turn firewall - so  I turned the firewall but still seeing exactly the same error.

So I wonder if you can help figure what might be the problem?

Cheers

Carlton
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It seems like some application is blocking the ports - do you notice where it says the 'ports are not available'. Its says that all the ports in the attached aren't available.
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Problem,

I needed to configure an actual Network Interface.

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