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Can someone tell me what ports on a remote server must be open for Backup Exec 10d to work? We have a firewall that I am told is blocking the software. I'm sorry for the lack of information, but someone just called and asked me to find this out. I'll try to get more info if needed.
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I belive that it uses port 10000 and also some dynamic ports.

Refer the article : http://seer.support.veritas.com/docs/255174.htm

You can also change the range. Check the above article. It will be of help to you
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