Minimum ports required to traverse segmented network  Win7 Client and SBS2011 communication

Posted on 2012-08-23
Last Modified: 2012-08-23
We are using network segmentation across vlans as a security control.  I have a firewall between the vlans but its completely open right now.  I'd like to configure the firewall to drop all unsolicited traffic between the two networks but I can't seem to find a good resource detailing the ports used to communicate between Win7 and SBS2011 Standard for default roles (exchange, sharepoint, active directory, etc).  If anyone has a nice spreadsheet that has this information at a glance it would be greatly appreciated!
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    Cool thanks tom.  I also just found This which might help me out.  I'll be sure post what ports I end up using in a nice little spreadsheet.

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