open some ports on the ISA 2004 Server

Posted on 2007-07-31
Last Modified: 2013-11-16
I need to open some ports on the ISA 2004 Server. I need to set this to only allow them to be opened to certian internal IP Adresses. Here are the ports:
CIP Port          41794
CTP Port         41795

Can anyone tell me the best way to do this.
Question by:bdseymour
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    Create a computer set and include all the computers that need to be allowed access ..after that create rule for outbound traffic..when asked choose a port and click new..and create the port you can find it under user defined ports ...create the rule and apply changes.

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