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Things you can do with file and Server.xml file in SEPM.

Changing Port number in IIS
Any time when you decide that you want to change the port number Symantec manager uses in IIS, due to a security concern you may follow this step.
First you need to change the port number in IIS
Stop the "Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager" service.
Open IIS.
Right-click the Web site on which Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager resides.
Click Properties.
Under TCP port, enter the HTTP port number you want to use.
Once this is done, we need to write a line in the file.
Go to C:\Program Files\Symantec\Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager\Tomcat\etc\
Check for the following line in the file. Add the line to the bottom of the file if it does not already exist.
If you want to configure HTTPS for SEPM
Add the following two lines to the bottom of this file:
Symantec Document:
Changing the virus definitions content value
Sometimes old virus definitions do not get purged and we need to clean the database in that case, adding this line in the conf file would help you to save some space.
Go to C:\Program Files\Symantec\Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager\Tomcat\etc\
Now add.
scm.lucontentcleanup.threshold=1 (no of revisions)
Cutting down the CPU usage for SEMSRV.exe
When new defs are downloaded or during data purge Symantec manager process uses lot of CPU, you can limit the CPU usage by adding this line
Decimal number between 0 and 1, where 1 represents 100% usage and 0.5 represents 50% usage.
Symantec Document:
Changing Radius port
The Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager uses Radius communication and requires port 1812 to be available for the Enforcer sometimes you will get error message while installing SEPM like
"Error: "Port 1812 is already in use. Stop your Radius server if you have the Enforcer installed." while installing Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager"
To overcome this you need to add this line.
Where xxxx is the desired port number
Symantec Document:
Changing Backup location
If SEPM is installed on drive C by default the backup location will be C in case if you are running out of space on C drive, you can use this configuration.
Open file.
Change the drive letter
scm.agent.root=C\:\\Program Files\\Symantec\\Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager\\data
If you want on D it would be
scm.agent.root=D\:\\Program Files\\Symantec\\Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager\\data
Now all your backups will be on drive D
Collecting SEPM logs for debugging
If you want to generate additional logs for troubleshooting SEPM, you need to set the log level in the file
To debug SEPM notifications, add 
To create logs
Detailed log files will now be saved in the folder
C:\Program Files\Symantec\Symantec Policy Manager\tomcat\logs\
Symantec Document:
To change the port number that is used for remote Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager Console
Open the file from: "tomcat\etc\" in Notepad and change the scm.http.port=9090
You need to change the port number in server.xml file too.
Open the file "...\Program Files\Symantec\Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager\tomcat\conf\server.xml" with WordPad or a similar editor.
In the file you opened, locate the element.
Locate the subelement that has the port attribute equal to 9090.
The element contains more than one subelement.
Change the 9090 in the port=9090 attribute to the port number you want to use for remote login
Symantec Document:
Changing tomcat port 8005 in SEPM
In case of port conflict with tomcat 8005, SEPM service would not start and you would get Java-1 in the event log.
To change the port number.
Right-click the server.xml file and click edit to modify the file:
C:\Program Files\Symantec\Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager\tomcat\conf\server.xml)
For conflicts with port 8005, change the port to another unused port:
Symantec Document:
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