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How can I prevent my Windows server from conducting port scans

I have several EC2 Windows servers on Amazon's AWS. I have been receiving messages from Amazon that my servers are conducting port scans on remote hosts on the internet. I have scanned the machines ...
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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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Application Unable connect Remote Server. FIREWALL Issue

Developing a C# Application that uses an WDSL/SOAP service and connects to a server via port 443 I know it is a Firewall Windows 2008 Server issue. Because when I disable it, it works perfectly. ...
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167 views

Windows SMTP Service - Configure Smarthost for Specific Domains over different ports

I have a client that was recently acquired by a company. Their email system now resides on the parent company's network. Currently there is no VPN setup between my client and the parent company. I ...
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2answers
201 views

Re-routing incoming network traffic from sub-domain to specific port on Windows 2008

I'll do my best to explain this. I've got a Windows 2008 server with TWO local intranet-sites running on it. The first website will open if you just type in the name of the IP address - ...
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Java BindExceptions in delayed stop/start conditions

I have a script that will automatically stop a server and restart it on the same port/ip address. I've noticed that some mornings the server doesn't restart successfully because it gets Java ...
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1answer
291 views

Enable alternative FTP port on Windows Server 2008 R2

I have Windows Server 2008 R2 installed and using XLight FTP Server. I need to use 2221 port as FTP. I've created rules in FireWall, also run commands: netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="FTP ...
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1answer
75 views

Opening port in Packet Filter in Windows 2008 not working

I am trying to open port 22 so I can do SFTP on my Windows 2008 server (A 1&1 dedicated server.) The server uses a Packet Filter within Local Security Policy to handle this. I added a rule for ...
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50 views

Prevent port from being used by anything but one application

Is there a way to make only java be allowed to use a certain port? OS: Windows Web Server 2008 R2 No access to router (hosted box).
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0answers
180 views

is it possible to set DCOM static TCP endpoint from Server - FIx WMI Port SERVER SIDE

I need to establish remote WMI Connections from a Windows Server 2008 with static port. I know that WMI calls use port 135 and then chooses a random port, what I would like to know is if WMI can be ...
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2answers
117 views

Linux Port 80 to redirect to a Windows box

I have 2 servers here at work. One is a Windows 2008 Server R2 (for safety's sake, lets use 192.168.1.100) and the other is a Fedora 14 (192.168.1.101). Currently when you hit our subdomain, ...
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1answer
151 views

How to check whether request is coming to my Server or not?

I have one Software for port checking on remote server. we also use Telnet command for port checking for eg: for rdp port, we use C:> telnet 10.1.0.10 3389. but the same thing i am doing from ...
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Alternative to Port 80 for http

In Windows Server 2008 we can host multiple websites under a single IP by relying on Host headers. My problem is I have only one IP address and I want to dedicate it to a single application like ...
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1answer
271 views

Allowing a specific IP Address through a blocked port in Windows Server 2008 R2 Firewall

I have created an Inbound rule to block port number 1433 however I need to allow my static ip address to access this as I use SQL Management Studio to connect to databases on the server. I have ...
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1answer
326 views

How can I set up port forwarding for GlassFish on Windows Server 2008 and IIS7?

I bought a Windows Server 2008 and installed GlassFish, Java, PostgreSQL etc. Now my website is running on localhost:8080 in the GlassFish server. How can I set up a port forwarding such that when a ...
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884 views

I can access my site via ports 8443 and 8080 but not via 443 and 80 (Tomcat)

I am using Tomcat7 on Windows Server 2008 My Server.xml is set up as follows: <Connector port="80" protocol="HTTP/1.1" connectionTimeout="20000" redirectPort="443" compression="on" ...
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2answers
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Finding service that is holding port 8443

I have executed the following command to get better idea of what is holding the port 8443 on server I'm trying to work on and install some new software on it. C:\Users\Administrator>netstat -abn | ...
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Windows Server 2008 without telnet client - how to test connecting to remote ports without installing anything new?

I'm looking to see if anyone knows of slick tricks to test connections to remote server ports from Windows server 2008 and variants that don't include the telnet client installed by default. Reason ...
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102 views

Site not working, not sure how to open the ports

We are running a VPS on win2008. I have two static IP's that are configured for one NIC (probably all virtually because it's a VPS). In the firewall I have a rule to allow traffic inbound on ports 80 ...
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1answer
78 views

What's the difference between a daemon listening on 10.0.2.15:53 and a daemon listening on 0.0.0.0:53?

I wanted to know the difference between these two states, I just did a netstat -anob on my 2008 R2 testing machine.
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2answers
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MSMQ via HTTP - Why do we need TCP Port 1801?

Context: MSMQ, Windows Server 2008 (either "regular" or "R2" editions) According to MS online documentation here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/cc725576%28WS.10%29.aspx MSMQ messages ...
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1answer
78 views

Port used for ASP.NET application

I am setting up a Windows Server 2008 R2 on a VPS. I have ASP.NET 4.0 apps running on IIS (Push notification services for Windows phone 7). My question is, what port should I use for the app ...
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How can I check if a particular port is open from one site to another?

I want to know if port 139 TCP is open from a server on one domain to another. How would I do this? I know that I can use Telnet to test port 25 to a server with Exchange installed - but that only ...
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FTP hangs on: 150 Opening ASCII mode data connection

I am setting up an FTP server on my Windows 2008 server (R2). Everything appears to be installed correctly but I am having trouble using an FTP Client to login to my FTP server. I can remote desktop ...
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1answer
883 views

Connecting to a Windows Server 2008 through VPN

I have this issue, I have a W2K8 Server in which I'd like to establish a VPN Connection for a small group of Users (like 7 or 8). Heres some information about the server obtained by using cmd > ...
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2answers
611 views

How do I run Apache & IIS 7 on the same IP address (different ports)?

I have a Windows Server 2008 machine which is running Apache at the moment for a public facing PHP site (port 80). IIS is stopped. I now need to start running IIS on the same IP address as Apache, ...
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1answer
202 views

Moving web application to default port on IIS

I'm a newbie to servers and deployment so I was wondering if someone could help me. I have a web application running on a server running windows 2008 and IIS 7. At the moment the app is running on ...
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1answer
770 views

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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4answers
356 views

What's port 1283?

I see a lot of connection attempts to 1283/tcp on my firewall from a client computer to a Windows Server 2008 Domain Controller. What exactly is this traffic? Something to do with NetBIOS, perhaps?
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Port 135 / epmap

I'm looking at securing a web server (Windows Server 2008). A GRC port scan recommended that I close down port 135 (https://www.grc.com/port_135.htm). However, I've done this before with Windows ...