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I have a Windows 2000 server in DMZ in our firewall. My question is. If I want to control the server with an Administrator Terminal Server Client from the inside. What port have to be opened at the firewall to make this possible?

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-Terminal server uses TCP port 3389
-Your firewall would have to allow source ports 0-65535 to destination port 3389 from the inside to the dmz using protocol 6 or TCP.
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