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A way to only allow some ports on windows server

I have been trying to make this work the last few hours but haven't come far. I have a windows server 2008 and a set up Local Security Policy firewall yet "no" inbound rules (yet). My domains look ...
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Can a firewall partially block a package?

We have just recently been doing an extensive testing of a certain in-house program (called SPARE) for handling spareparts. The idea is quite simple. Each node has a database on a server and through a ...
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Windows server - run nginx on port 80

Is there any way to get nginx running on port 80 on a windows 2003 server? It seems that the http.sys service is running on port 80 which is the new "preferred way" for a web server to run on windows ...
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windows server 2003 local port redirect

Short: Can I configure windows server 2003 to accept traffic on port 30005 and redirect it to port 3333 on the same machine. Long: I have a service listening for TCP on port 3333. This is a 3rd party ...
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Mysql Server Windows XP Firewall ports

We have a Windows Server 2003 machine with MySQL installed, and a Windows XP client machine. On the client machine we have a C++ application. Windows firewall is active on both machines. We opened ...
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close port 10180

This morning I ran zenmap against our domain controller (windows 2003 server) and found an unknown open port Discovered open port 10180/tcp on 192.xxx.xxx.xxx Through various google searches I ...
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How do I determine if a certain port is being blocked?

I've wrote a .NET WCF service I put onto a Windows Server 2003 R2 server several months ago. I've not been able to work with it since, due to other job related responsbilities, but now am trying to ...
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WinServer 2003: Cant find process holding onto ports

We have a couple of production WCF services failing to start because their ports are apparently in use by another process. I have done a netstat -ano and found the PID's that are using these ports, ...
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Port 8080 not visible while doing netstat?

While trying to run Tomcat on my Windows 2003 OS, I am noticing that the server is not running but at the same time it is not throwing any exceptions on the console. My first hunch was that the server ...
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How to close port 80 in windows vista?

i have a virtual machine with OS server 2003 connection bridged i need to test if the webapplication on guest webserver will be available for users on the network, so i need to close port 80 on ...
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Force close an open port in Windows Server 2003

On a server running Windows Server 2003 I killed the TS-service (specifically the svchost.exe which belongs to terminal services). The service is not running anymore but the server is still listening ...
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IIS web site stops responding to requests on Port 80

When performing a security scan against an IIS 6 server, the web site stops responding to requests from outside the firewall and from machines on the LAN about 35 minutes into the scan. However, ...
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Determine the Ports reserved and what service reserved them in Windows XP/2003

this question is always rise. How can i know what ports are currently reserved in windows XP/2003 and what service had reserved them. for example when i want to install Apache, default port will be ...
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Why won't my router forward ports correctly?

I have a Linksys RV042 dual-wan router (which directly responds to any traffic at *.*.*.*) and my FTP server is running Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 and IIS. My server's local IP address is *.*.*.* ...
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Windows Server 2008 constantly spamming external IP's on outbound TCP port 445

I have a Windows Server 2008 box running as a Domain Controller. I have noticed in my Cisco ASA firewall logs that this box is continuously sending out (like a thousand requests a second) requests on ...
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How to disable System service from listening on port 80 in Windows Server 2003

I'm trying to install a service on a Windows Server 2003 machine which is supposed to listen on port 80 but it fails to start because some other service is already listening on that port. So far I've ...
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Any tool to test if my program can listen to certain port

OS: Windows Server 2003 Is there any tool that can test if a certain port is available for my program to listen to? Thanks.
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List of ports and applications

How do I get a list of active ports and applications using them in a Windows Server 2003 box? Any free utilities? Thanks
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Windows Server 2003 (with IIS6) + VPN Connection

I have configured Windows Server 2003 and it servers web-pages just fine. But as soon as I use my server to establish a VPN connection (using the new connection wizard) to another server I receive ...
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How to open ports on Windows Server 2003 RTM from the command prompt

I want to open the port number 1433 in Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition (5.2, Build 3790) without any Service Pack with out having Firewall, exists a way for achieve this via prompt? EDIT: I ...