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termninal services licence

Posted on 2006-04-19
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 We have a terminal server that needs to get its licenses from another server. This server is located in a different subnet so we need to open the correct port on the firewall. What port needs to be open for this to work?
Question by:zenworksb
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Hi zenworksb,

you shouldnt need to open a port for this - from what i understand, as long as your networks are talking then you simply point it towards the server - there is no port opening required

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That would be TCP 135 (RPC) plus a random high port between 1024 and 65534, TCP 139 and TCP 445 (SMB named pipes)
Service overview and network port requirements for the Windows Server system

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