ports need open? firewall setting
Have you bought your second MobiControl Deployment Server license?
Just for accessing the MS SQL server, you at least need ports 1433 and 443. I believe your bigger problem with your firewall set-up is probably for your second deployment server.
i have the Same Problem.
First as Raymond wrote is to add (BUY) to your existing License an second Server.
When Done Update you License in MobiControl.
I have Raised an Ticket to assist with the setup, but it is Quite Simple. (Have only installed the Deployment Server with the Services)
That the Main MobiControl Server and the Second MobiControl Server can comunicate i have add an Firewall Rule in the Local Firewall on booth Servers.
Go to "Windows Firewall with Advanced Decurety" -> Inbound Rules -> New Rule -> Custom -> All Programs -> Protocol Type "Any" -> Add the IP Adress at "Which remote IP Adress does this rule apply to?" in the field "These IP Adresses" from the opposit MobiControl Server -> Allow Connection -> i have only allow the "Domain" Rule to Apply.
When you have set that on booth Server ithey should be able to connect during the Setup on the new Deployment Server :)
The Second Problem is that who would you like to route the SHA1 Devices over the Main Deployment Server or over the New one ?
In My case i will Route the SHA1 Devices over the New Server and when all Devices are Having the Certificate from the New Server i can Change the Main Server Certificate to SHA2. That depends how many Devices you want to reenroll when you do the Swtich to fast.
And what you need for your Android 10 Devices to enroll them without an "SSL..." Error is an Certificate for the Server. I have used the Certificate what i have generated for the "WebC Console" that the Webside is Trusted in the Browser.
That i have imported at the Root Certificates, theni it was easier to order not an additional Certificate for the Second Server ....
If you change any on the Certificate don´t forget to "Update Enrollment Profile" ....
Hope thats help a little bit and was not confusing ;)