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Windows server 2003R2 : How to check port 135 is Open or Not

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Windows server 2003 R2 : How to check port 135 is Open or Not

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in cmd prompt, use:

netstat -a -n -o

If it does not show up, it is not in  use. However if you do see it, use the PID and run "tasklist" to track down what app may be using it
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Thank you ,  I have use PortqryUI to check port 135 at Target machine the result is FILTERED. So How to open port 135 on this machine.
Details of machine : OS = Windows server 2003R2 Standard edition

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Result of PortQryUI

Starting portqry.exe -n Target machine -e 135 -p TCP ...


Querying target system called:

Target machine

Attempting to resolve IP address to a name...


IP address resolved to Target machine@domain.com

querying...

TCP port 135 (epmap service): FILTERED
portqry.exe -n Target machine -e 135 -p TCP exits with return code 0x00000002.
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Filtered means it is listening but a firewall is blocking the responses
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Hi,

It is possible that Windows Firewall might be blocking it, if there is no service using that port for security purpose.

Add a port to the Windows Firewall exceptions list
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc783180(v=ws.10).aspx

Hope that helps :)
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Thank you
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