You are having trouble starting HTTP and HTTPS services. Ports 80, 8080, and 443 are not starting.
The likely cause of this issue is that there is some other service that is using these ports. In the past, the service “Routing and Remote Access” has caused this issue as when it was enabled, it conflicted with port 443 which Kerio Connect runs on. You can use the steps in Kerio Connect Services do not auto start to troubleshoot port collisions. Once you have disabled whichever program was using these ports, you should be able to start the HTTP and HTTPS services on Kerio Connect.