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Changing the Port using the Agent Console

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  1. Locate and run the up.time Uptime Infrastructure Monitor Agent Console under the Start menu on the target server.
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  3. In the application window, update the Port field to the new desired port.
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  5. Click Save.
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  7. Click Restart to restart the agent and apply the settings.
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  9. Note
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    If you have already added the server to
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    Uptime Infrastructure Monitor for monitoring, you will also need to update the agent port in the
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    Uptime Infrastructure Monitor web interface.
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Changing the Port Manually

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    1. Start the Windows Registry Editor by selecting Run from the Start Menu, entering regedit in the Open field of the Run dialog box, and then clicking OK.
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    1. Find the following registry key:
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    1. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/UptimeSoftware/up.time agent

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    1. For older agents, this key may be named: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/UptimeSoftware/up.time NT agent

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    1. Change the value in the Port field to the desired port.

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    1. Stop and Start the Windows agent by selecting Run from the Start Menu and entering regedit in the Open field of the Run dialog box:
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    1. net stop "up.time agent"
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    1. net start "up.time agent"
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    1. For older agents, the agent service name is up.time NT agent.

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