The scenario is as follows: while a PC was connected to our company's network, a specific application was able to open another process on a predefined port. It worked as expected.
But now, this PC has traveled to another location and so, it's being connected to another network at this moment. Our needed process can't be opened on its well known port.
Before trying to get rid of that other process and move all the code from there in our main app to eliminate the need of the child, i want to know if that network connection over there can influence the steps of opening a port on the PC.