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W2k3 WTS Local drive mapping through firewall

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Hi,

I setup a PIX firewall with 3 interfaces. In the DMZ zone I put a WTS server into it running W2k3. We want to have the internal users to go into the WTS server (which works now) and be able to map the local client's C: drive in the WTS server. Currently only port 3389 is open for RDP. Are there other ports I need to open?

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Kai
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Terminal Services uses port 3389 only.
See Terminal Services FAQ, section Connectivity:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/community/centers/terminal/terminal_faq.mspx

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I tested it  and the problem was that I was using a Windows 2000 RDP client . After downloading the latest RDP client it had the local drive mapping option and everything worked.

Kai
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