Active Directory TCP/IP ports

From: Todd Jenkins (
Date: 03/03/05

Date: Thu, 3 Mar 2005 05:11:03 -0800


I need to find the ports that AD uses to auth logons and machines. I have a
terminal server that sits in a DMZ and only needs access to the inside
network for user accounts and the terminal server license server. I don't
want users to access any shares on the inside network.

Thanks for your help

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