I have a requirement for remote users (non-member windows clients) connected via a MPLS network to connect a network file share. I would like to know which ports I need to open on the firewall for filesharing and active directory authentication? Also I am going to be using the destination ip addresses to control access to specific the file server, which is the destination ip address do I use for AD authentication - or will this go via (proxied) the file server?? Would I need to open dns ports?
Information on the web indicates i need to open:
389/tcp/udp ldap - do I really need this?
Microsoft seem to be saying opean ALL TCP/UDP from 135 through to 139, and UDP AND TCP 445.
I need to be accurate, can anyone clarify?
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