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windows 2003 server rpc ports

Posted on 2015-01-04
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Hi,

I am sure I am having the same issue as this person:

https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/c2fdf665-837b-41d8-9212-762bbbdd8c44/group-policy-failed-to-apply-to-user?forum=winserverGP

I have server 2003 stnd sp1, how do I open these ports?

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So, if you disable the firewall you don't have any issue, right?
Anyway, first of all you should consider updating your system. Please apply SP2 and any further HF.
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it is having trouble loading that sp.   The firewall is actually disabled
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If you can't load that SP, that's bad. Please first fix the SP issue.
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