Remote Desktop firewall ports needed
Hi, I am just about to manage our firewall from group policy, so any firewall rules already existing on any client computers are going to get wiped.
We have one Windows 10 computer that is used as a remote host for me to remote onto every now and then if I am at home.
What rules do I need to enter into our new GPO so MSP360 remote will still function and let me access the computer from home.
BTW I did search but didn't find anything helpful, sorry
Would this with an allow rule be enough?
C:\Program Files\Remote Assistant\Remote Desktop.exe
If you're asking about ports, then 80 and 443. 80 for non-encrypted and 443 for encrypted connections. I cannot answer about binaries since I'm not sure what your firewall / security software might block. So, open up 443 since you're unlikely to use unencrypted connections and test it from an outside connection. You can try connecting using the iOS or Android app from a mobile device while you're in the office if that's easier.
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