Firewall Exceptions

Configuring the Windows Firewall for SOLUS³ Agent Communication
Workaround
1. Load the Group Policy Editor and navigate to the Windows Firewall node (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l.../bb490626.aspx).
2. Open the Windows Firewall: Define port exceptions properties dialog.
 
IMPORTANT NOTE: Ensure that you access the Windows Firewall: Define port exceptions properties via the correct route. The correct route is Computer Configuration | Policies | Administrative Templates | Network | Network Connections | Windows Firewall | Domain Profile | Windows Firewall: Define inbound port exceptions.
 
3. Select the Enabled radio button.
4. In the Options panel, click the Show button to display the Show Contents dialog.
5. Add the following values:
52965:TCP:*:Enabled:SOLUS 3 Deployment Server
52966:TCP:*:Enabled:SOLUS 3 Agent
8739:TCP:*:Enabled:SOLUS 3 Agent Notifier UI
IMPORTANT NOTE: Setting group policy port exceptions disables local port exceptions unless overridden in group policy. To do this, open the Windows Firewall: Allow local port exceptions properties dialog and select the Enabled radio button.
 
6. Click the OK button to close the Show Contents dialog.
7. Click the OK button to close the Windows Firewall: Define inbound port exceptions dialog.
8. Open the Windows Firewall: Allow inbound remote administration exception properties dialog.
 
IMPORTANT NOTE: Ensure that you access the Windows Firewall: Allow inbound remote administration exception properties via the correct route. The correct route is Computer Configuration | Policies | Administrative Templates | Network | Network Connections | Windows Firewall | Domain Profile | Windows Firewall: Allow inbound remote administration exception.
 
9. Select the Enabled radio button.
10. In the Options panel, enter * in the Allow unsolicited incoming messages from these IP addresses: field.
11. Click the OK button to close the Windows Firewall: Allow inbound remote administration exception dialog.
12. Open the Windows Firewall: Define inbound program exceptions dialog.
13. In the Options panel, click the Show button to display the Show Contents dialog.
14. Enter: C:\Windows\System32\wbem\unsecapp.exe:Enabled:.NET Proxy for DCOM (WMI).
15. Click the OK button to close the Windows Firewall: Define inbound program exceptions dialog.
 
Also, these ports need to be open on all devices: TCP 139, UDP 137, UPD 138 for browsing the network (NetBios) on all devices.
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