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SCOM 2007 Client discover discovery Windows Firewall turned on

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Hello

In System Center Operations Manager 2007, i use the Computer and Device Management Wizard. Problem is, SCOM does not discover XP clients that have the Windows Firewall turned on. When the firewall is turned off, the clients are discovered without problems.

How can I configure the client to be discovered even when the Windows Firewall is on?
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