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Need to connect SCCM 2012 primary server to SCCM 2012 CAS

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Need to connect SCCM 2012 primary server to SCCM 2012 CAS .  Just would like the steps to complete this project.  All ports have been opened.
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Nagendra Pratap Singh earned 2000 total points
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All ports have been opened?

Just disable the firewall and try.
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port 1433 and 9022 ?
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