No, the RSE daemon in your computer will tell the RSE server on which port
it likes to communicate, and then it is going to listen on that port for
answers of the RSE server. So nobody else is affected by changing the port
number in your workspace.
However, most likely is that the firewall on your computer is just blocking
incoming traffic on that port 4300 so probably an allow rule in the
firewall will help.


Op donderdag 24 mei 2018 heeft Dan <dan27649@xxxxxxxxx> het volgende

Well, this stuff is kinda Greek to me, but if I change the rse deamon port
setting on my laptop, don't I have to specify the same port via STRRSESVR?
And, if I do that, will other RDi users need to make the same change?

- Dan

On Thu, May 24, 2018 at 1:23 PM, Arco Simonse <arco400@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Very likely this is your computers firewall blocking port 4300, or
application on your computer that is already listening to port 4300.
If the latter, it might help if you change the rse deamon port setting in
the preferences of your RDI workspace. This has no impact for other
the port is specifically on your computer.

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