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Ports required for domain authentication

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Hi,

I wish to add a web server that is on a dmz network, to active directory and the domain which sits across the firewall on another network.

What ports do i need to open to allow this?

is it 53 tcp/udp for joining domains? and 113 tcp/udp for authentication with active directory?

Thanks

Julia
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as well as this, you will need both from memory

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=179442

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