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Windows firewall port (either TCP or UDP or both) for the "net use command.

By Miyamoto Musashi ·
I have a large enterprise network on a 2003 AD structure. I have GP enabling the Windows firewall and opening specific ports. The issue: I am not able to use the "net use" command to access the IPC$ share. When I disable the firewall, the command works. Oh, file and printer sharing is enabled on the firewall. The following is the command that I use:

net use \\192.168.0.100\IPC$ /USER:DOMAIN_NAME\USER_NAME

PSEXEC \\192.168.0.100 -S -I -D C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\PROGRAM_NAME.CMD

Again, this works if the firewall is disabled, but with the firewall enabled, both commands fail. Please help!

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Can you...

by scott_heath In reply to Windows firewall port (ei ...

Access other shares?

I think ports 135 to 139, but I would have thought allowing Windows File and Print Sharing would have opened that up.

Disabled the firewall, open a command prompt on the PC. Kick off the commands you use from the remote PC. On the local PC run "netstat -a -n" and look for the connections between your your two IP addresses.

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disable the Windows firewall in command prompt...

by anggwaponi In reply to Can you...

the command "netstat -a -n", what is it for? ... i mean i tried to enter the said command and it shows IP addresses.

what command will i next issue then??

does the command "netsh" works? besides, how or what will be the synthax??

thanks:)

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Ports

by rahouseholder In reply to Windows firewall port (ei ...

List of commonly used ports...


http://tinyurl.com/34wsg2

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