When websense enabled, EMC console isn't accessible (windows 10 client machine)

Anyone explain how Exchange 2010\2013\2016 work with IIS?

Are there any good websites that go into where the dependency lies?

Troubleshooting an issue with websense , (forcepoint version 8.4) on client windows 10 machine where access to the Exchange Management Console doesn't initialize when triton AP-endpoint is enabled, (when disabled it works as expected)

Is there a way to isolate the cause of this, thought it might be port or IIS related but not 100% sure, (3rd party have a call open with forcepoint but no updates from them so far)
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Ibrahim BennaTechnology LeadCommented:
Not very familiar with ForcePoint or how it works but can you provide us with some details of how it works? Is this installed on the Exchange server?

Exchange uses its local IIS to build all the sites and URLs used by Exchange to function properly. You should not install any application that is IIS-dependent on the Exchange server as it may break exchange (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/exchange/virtual-directory-management-exchange-2013-help)

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Indie101Author Commented:
No its a local client install, and EMC is only on the clients (company has 5-6 admins using it)

https://www.websense.com/content/support/library/endpoint/v80/ep_end_user/end%20user%20guide.pdf
Indie101Author Commented:
I see in the Forcepoint user guide, regarding exceptions, if exception was made for Exchange, what would it look like?

https://www.websense.com/content/support/library/web/v80/ws_faq/wsfaq_exceptions.aspx
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