How to Configuer DNS Behind a Windows Firewall?

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    I have some problem while I’m joining a Client P.C into a Domain. If the Windows Firewall is On, I’m able to get the Authintcation Dialog Box to type the Username and Password. But, this Authintcation it takes a while and eventually getting Error message says:
    The Specifed Server cannot perform the requested operation.

    While, if the Windows Firewall is Off the Operations Successfull. In the Excptions List, I have Forward the Ports which are given below by Microsoft but still the problem is same.

    However, nowadays can’t stand without double firewall to protect the environment. So, I can’t turn if Off.

    Could u suggest something please?

    How to Configure DNS Behind a Firewall
    Proxy and Network Address Translation (NAT) devices can restrict access to ports. DNS uses UDP port 53 and TCP port 53. The DNS Service Management console also uses RCP. RCP uses port 135. These are potential issues that may occur when you configure DNS and firewalls.


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