Applies to: Server!
Version(s): 5.x
Warning:    this articles refers to an older version of our software

Foreword: we do recommend to use port 5443 ( Server!'s default port for the web interface) to avoid a lot of random "poking" from bots that spend the day checking for whatever is listening on default ports (like 443).

But if, in spite of our security concerns, you still want to change such port, you can do it very easily by adding a STRING value to your registry.

Locate the following registry key:



Inside of it, create a String (REG_SZ) value named BindPort with a value of 443 (or whatever port you'd like the service to bind to).


Then restart the Web/REST Service.


If you have installed a CA-issued certificate on port 5443 you'll need to reinstall it as well after this change.


WARNING: if you are running an HA (High-Availability) deployment, you cannot change this port. You can change it only if you run Server! as a single stand-alone installation.