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Norton Internet Security Firewall Stopping SBS 2008 Access

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We have a new SBS 2010 installed and to protect it we have installe dnorton internet security 2010 to rpotect it.

Now the firewall on this is stopping us communicating with the server (this is for machine not automatically loggin in on the network the others 'seem' ok)

Now if i disable the firewall and test the shares for instance these are working fine.

What ports do I need to open to the server to allow the following;

Network Shares, Sharepoint, Outlook Mail

Also how do I do this on NIS 2010?

Hope you can help,

Matt.
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Network Shares - Tcp 139 and TCP 445 Incoming
SharePoint - Port 80 and 443 (TCP) or if you are using any other custom port and include Admin Portal Port as well (ALL INCOMING)
Outlook Mail if you are using OWA (Port 443/80 - TCP)
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In your Norton internet security firewall, check the stealth options, make sure they are disabled.
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