Windows 7 laptop cannot connect to office workstation via SBS2008 Workplace

I have a Windows 7 laptop that has remote access to a workstation on the SBS2008 domain via "Workplace"
- However, I have to disable the Malwarebytes Premium to allow the Workplace remote connection to the user's office PC. If Malwarebytes is enabled, it fails to connect. I tried several exceptions to no avail.
- we prefer not to leave the Malwarebytes disabled
- I'm sure its an exception I have to add but have had no luck
Andreas GieryicComputer Networking, OwnerAsked:
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Andreas GieryicComputer Networking, OwnerAuthor Commented:
Every time I try to access the Workplace, a Malwarebytes Exploits box pops up and blocks it. I added the and the IP address in the exclusions to no avail.  Attached is the Malwarebytes report
Andreas GieryicComputer Networking, OwnerAuthor Commented:
The only way around it - without disabling the MalwareBytes, is to "right-click" the Malwarebytes icon and uncheck the "Exploit Protection"
Try this

Close IE and open Malwarebytes

click SETTINGS tab

click ADVANCED settings

Application Hardening tab

Under Browsers column, if the box for "Disable Internet Explorer VB Scripting" is checked, UNcheck it, and hit APPLY.

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R. Andrew KoffronCommented:
the RWW access for RDP runs on port 4125 not 3389, might just need an exception.
Andreas GieryicComputer Networking, OwnerAuthor Commented:
Sorry for not getting back so late.

kenfcamp - that's what I ended up doing but I didn't want to block out scripting. Anyway, that was the fix. Thanks!

R. Andrew Koffron - I was not aware or the port number. I will try that next time. Thanks!
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