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Unsecured and secured ports for login

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Created by Steve.Hawkins, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Jul 18, 2016

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Web Help Desk uses the following unsecured and secure ports for login:

DEFAULT_PORT=8081HTTPS_PORT=443

The Apache Tomcat application server that hosts Web Help Desk is configured to use non-secure http on port 8081 by default. To run on a different http port, change the DEFAULT_PORT value. Be sure that the newly-selected port is available, or Web Help Desk will not be able to start.

To run the application over https, uncomment the HTTPS_PORT option. To use the standard https port (443), the port must be available or Web Help Desk will be unable to start. When the application successfully starts up on the configured https port, it automatically generates a self-signed certificate at:

webhelpdesk/conf/keystore.jks

 
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