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If I need to make file sharing between two servers ( SQL servers ) then which ports/protocols do I need to open on checkpoint firewall ? Which services I need to allow on checkpoint ?
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This is article from Microsoft for client, but still applicable as you will want to open the SMB/File Sharing port (445) for Windows itself for TCP/UDP protocols.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308127

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You will also need 135/139 also for TCP/UDP for SMB.

Found a better link for you here on EE as well:
http:Q_23700350.html

Good luck.

Regards,
Kevin
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Hi,

Thanks for reply.
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