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Will running command ./splunk splunkd-port 8089 on Windows server with UF change the UF port to 8089?

Sarmbrister
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I currently am having issues collect logs from a windows server that has the UF. I think the issue might be that the port is incorrectly configured on the UF to talk with 9997 instead of 8089. If I run the command ./splunk splunkd-port 8089 will that change the UF's port from 9997 to 8089?

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Sarmbrister
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After talking with a Splunk engineer he was able to answer my question that the ./splunk splunkd-port 8089 will change the port number for the UF to the Deployment server. I was also able to find some great documentation on another Splunk question for any other users who might be having issues with Port information!alt text Hope this helps anyone else.

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Sarmbrister
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After talking with a Splunk engineer he was able to answer my question that the ./splunk splunkd-port 8089 will change the port number for the UF to the Deployment server. I was also able to find some great documentation on another Splunk question for any other users who might be having issues with Port information!alt text Hope this helps anyone else.

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