WAC should has ability to instruct powershell to connect client via port 80

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Hello, what I understand is windows admin center using PowerShelI to connect to targets ,that is manage target via Powershell , However,in my case, the default port 5985 is block by security software on my windows 10 client. But winrm can listen on 5985 and 80 at the same time, by enable EnableCompatibilityHttpListener ,than poewershell can reach remote target with 80 , but in WAC there is no way to instruct powershell to use another port ,only the default behavior.WAC should make an improvement on this matter.

 

How do you think?

 

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For this question I already post in UserVoice , but no one care.