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Remote DNS port (for admin)

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I want to update the dns server on server B from the MMC on Server A.  What port do I need to open to allow these two servers to communicate in this fashion?  

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Please see this article about remote administration for Windows 2003.

You'll need to allow TCP ports 135 and 445 plus TCP ports in the range of 1024 to 1034.
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Perfect!  Thx!
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