SQL connection import does not allow for port number in connection.
User is trying to import SQL Server connections via a text file. The directions state each line should be in the format "instance_name[,user[,password]]". User security policies require SQL instances hide their existence and default ports are disabled. In other words the SQL Browser cannot be used to discover instances. User is unable to add instances to the file with the port numbers.
Spotlight does not allow to import connections via the Connection Discovery Wizard.
Enhancement request SOSSE-4143 has been submitted to Development for consideration in a future release Spotlight on SQL Server Enterprise.