This article provides a solution to the issue with Kerio Connect startup, where customers report the following error:
Service startup failed: Cannot start remote admin server on port 44337.
TCPIP not available or port already in use.
The mentioned port (
44337) is occupied by another Windows application/service.
Open Command Prompt (Run as Administrator).
netstat -abcommand, to identify and list the occupied ports by process/service.
Scroll down to find the port
44337and take note of the process/service using it.
Open Services (Run as Administrator).
Find the service (using the port
44337), right-click, and choose Stop.
You can use the CTRL+F shortcut to search.
Open the Kerio Connect Monitor app (Run as Administrator).
Right-click on the Kerio Connect icon (in the taskbar) and click Start Kerio Connect.
Success is denoted by the below message:
From External Sources
From GFI Support