How to Configure the Windows Firewall for Client Status Reporting

Atualizada: Junho de 2008

Aplica-se a: System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3

noteNota
As informações neste tema aplicam-se apenas ao Configuration Manager 2007 R2 e ao Configuration Manager 2007 R3.

Client computers and site systems that run Windows Firewall might prevent Configuration Manager 2007 R2 client status reporting from working correctly. You must configure clients in your organization with firewall settings that allow communications with client status reporting.

Configure the following firewall settings to allow client status reporting to successfully communicate with site systems and client computers in your organization.

noteNota
As informações neste tema aplicam-se apenas ao Configuration Manager 2007 R2 e ao Configuration Manager 2007 R3.

 

Item Explanation

TCP Port 135

Required for communication between the client status reporting host and Configuration Manager 2007 clients in the site.

TCP Port 139

Required for communication between the client status reporting host and management points in the site.

TCP Port 445

Required for communication between the client status reporting host and management points in the site.

Allow incoming echo requests

If you are using client ping, clients in the site must be configured to allow incoming echo requests.

TCP Port 1433

Required for communication between the client status reporting host and the site database.

Consulte Também

For additional information, see Configuration Manager 2007 Information and Support.
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