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RWW ports

Posted on 2006-11-03
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I am runnign SBS 2003 standard with a SonicWall TZ170 firewall.  I would like to use RWW for remote users, but cannot get it to connect.  I opened port 3389 in the firewall, and can get to the RWW login page, and can login successfully.  At the main page of RWW I choose the workstation I want to attach to, but I get an unable to connect error.  Are there other ports I need to open on the firewall to get this to work?

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You need to forward ports 4125 and 443 for RWW, port 3389 is for RDP access.
What other ports do you have forwarded?
Could you post and ipconfig /all for both the server and an internal workstation.
Thank you,
David
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