Endpoint Protector Knowledge Base

Below you can explore FAQs related to Endpoint Protector and find the information you need. For any other additional questions, suggestions, and improvements please contact the support team.

What ports are used by the Endpoint Protector Client to communicate with the Endpoint Protector Server

The Endpoint Protector Client natively uses port 443 for HTTPS communication with the Endpoint Protector Server. Additionally, it may be good to assume that port 80 will be used as an alternative to allow for HTTP communication between the Client and Server.

This information may be useful in a scenario when the Endpoint Protector Client machines are being administered from a Server that is on a separate LAN network. An example of when this scenario could occur: Users are remote or decentralized (i.e. Server is at a Central site office, and employees are working from home). By configuring perimeter firewalls aligning with the Endpoint Protector Server to accept traffic from the network(s) where the Client machines reside, the agent is able to successfully report into the Server and present logs as well as accept any relevant configuration edits.
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