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I have a client with a server that is running a program that uses a database back end for multi user access. The database uses Sybase iAnywhere. At the moment it only works in single user mode, which doesn't use the database program. Or. If I turn off the Windows Server firewall the multi user mode works. The software vendor says only port 6262 needs to be open and I created a rule for that but something is still being blocked. Any ideas on how to even determine which ports being blocked?
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Hi,

Try configuring the Windows Server Firewall Log and see what is being blocked - see link below:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc947815(WS.10).aspx

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Thanks, I set it up. I will test it out when I go onsite tomorrow.
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