I’m currently locking down our infrastructure over here, starting with enabling windows firewall (xp pro clients)
With the firewall enabled on my test ‘vm’ i can receive messages, but cannot reply.
I currently have fixed ports setup on the client to reflect ports 2030-2040
(on a side note, when i configure port exceptions for windows firewall, may i enter a range as such ‘ 2030-2040:TCP:localsubnet:enabled:Fixed msmsgs int)
I’ve read the article on ‘Polling and Fixed port callbacks’
Where on my exchange 2000 server do i enter the ports to be used for fixed port callback? Do i need a range of ports open, or would 1 port for everyone suffice?
I looked in the exchange servers registry, but was unable to locate the;
entry, will i have to create these keys manually?
Also, in the part where it indicates what setting to modify, the only setting / keys i see are all related to port polling, no where can i enter the ports i specify on my client.
Do i basically need to enable polling for fixed port callback to work, and forget about setting the port value on the server?
Working on a production server is a pissoff when your window of opportunity is from 10 – 11 pm
thanks for all your help guys, much appreciated.
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