I have a new installation env of Qlik Sense for a new project. It’s a licensed copy that the company just brought.
While trying to login to port 80, it also trying to connect to 4248. If using https(443), it is also trying to connect to 4248. My office has a tight network env where only port 80 and 443 are opened. Other ports have to be explicitly put up a formal request with justification why these additional ports are needed. Anyone knows if ports 4248 and 4248 are really really necessary. i.e. Can two ports 80 and 443 work?
Can someone share on their experience to make Qlik Sense Enterprise Server work with just ports 80 and 443 (if any)?
At my company, we cannot open port 4244 due to firewall policies which I fully understand: I would expect a web server to just run on the standard 443 port. Can you advise me how to set up the authentication so it just uses the standard 443 port?