Accessing Virtual Client Office applications through an alternate port

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If you experience a connection problem because your internet service provider (ISP) uses a firewall or proxy, you can use an alternate port to access applications through Virtual Client Office.

  1. Click the Applications link in the navigation pane.

    Note: If you don’t see this link, you don’t have access to applications through Virtual Client Office.

  2. In the Setup menu near the upper-right corner of the screen, mark the Use Alternate Port checkbox. Show me.

Note: When you use an alternate port to access Virtual Client Office applications, you need to open port TCP 1494. Port TCP 80 is used by default.

Related topic: Overview of the Virtual Client Office environment

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