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Terminal Services through a Firewall

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I'm looking for the ports that I have to open on the firewall to allow Terminal services to work.

Does anyone know off the top of their head or have an article from MSDN that says which ports terminal services works on.  I'm guessing there will be a TCP port and a UDP port.
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3389/TCP (Q300847)

Also check Q289241
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He's got it right on the head! That's the only port you need!
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Much appreciated!
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