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daniel1990xyz
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QlikView open in server - which Port needs to be open

Hey,

I cannot open a document from server (open in server) with my local QlikVew Desktop installation when I am connected via VPN to the company network. I think it is not possible due to blocked Ports for VPN. When I am connected directly with the company network it is possible to open a document from server.

Do you know which Port and Protocol will be used when a document should be opened from server (File/Open in Server)?

Thank you. 

BR

Daniel

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Re: QlikView open in server - which Port needs to be open

The QlikView Desktop client uses port 4747 to establish a direct QVP connection to the QlikView Server.

 

For details on ports needed, this Help section is a good starting point. 

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vamsee
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Re: QlikView open in server - which Port needs to be open

I am not quite sure but try checking if port 4780 is open

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Re: QlikView open in server - which Port needs to be open

The QVP protocol port is 4747

 

Regards

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Re: QlikView open in server - which Port needs to be open

The QlikView Desktop client uses port 4747 to establish a direct QVP connection to the QlikView Server.

 

For details on ports needed, this Help section is a good starting point. 

To help users find verified answers, please don't forget to use the "Accept as Solution" button on posts that helped you resolve your problem or question.

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