Opening SSL port on Windows server 2012 R2

Hi Everyone I'm using an application called AS2 Rssbus to transfer information ,but on the server I need SSL port to be opened ,how do I open SSL port on Server 2012r2 to see https connections
Dirkie LaubscherNetwork adminAsked:
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Zephyr ICTCloud ArchitectCommented:
I'm assuming you're talking about the Firewall... To open a port on the firewall you can either use the GUI or use Powershell.

This Powershell command should open port 443 (SSL):

Import-Module NetSecurity <enter>
New-NetFirewallRule -DisplayName "Allow Port 443 (SSL)" -Direction Inbound -LocalPort 443 -Protocol TCP -Action Allow <enter>

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After that you can check with netstat if the port is listening:

netstat -an 

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Check if you see port 443 in LISTENING mode
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