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ISA 2006 how to allow port 5721?

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ISA 2006 how to allow port 5721?
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On the Firewall policy you can click Create Access Rule.
In the Dialog you can define a name, click Next.
Check the radiobutton Allow to enable traffic, click Next.
At the Protocols pane you can select Add
Choose New --> Protocol and give a name for the protocol.
Click new and set port 5721 on From an To. Set the traffic direction and protocol and click Ok, click Next.
You can set secondary connections, when you need them
Click Finish.

Click Apply to activate the rule
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