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    1 comment  ·  SDK and Tools » SDK  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Nick commented  · 

    Similar issue here, with another service running on 10.x.y.z:443. In Azure SDK 2.9, the Compute Emulator now refuses to start on 127.x.y.z:443 (this worked in previous SDK versions, although I don't remember which ones exactly).

    Instead of "Remapping public port 443 to 444 to avoid conflict during emulation", the Compute Emulator should use port 443, since there is not actual conflict (127.x.y.z:443 is free).

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