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  1. Hello, We have a site with two MP's, one used for a DMZ (behind fire wall) and one for the production environment. When installing the SCCM client for the production computers they connect to the correct MP but then quickly change to the wrong MP behind the firewall. MS explained that all MP's for a site are listed and the SCCM client choose one of them and then tries to connect. Then it tries another. Our problem is that it takes hours before the client changes MP again and it doesn't stay connected to the correct more than a couple of minutes. This causes the client not to register o
  2. Thanks. But what does this mean then: Management Point < -- > Site Server (See note 5, Communication between the site server and site systems) Description UDP TCP RPC Endpoint mapper -- 135 RPC -- DYNAMIC Server Message Block (SMB) -- 445
  3. Due to firewalls rules I tried to limit the dynamic port range for tcp/ip and set a specific span of ports. To do it works fine but I think I get some issues both with my reports and management points and the file replication to the distribution points due to this change. Just wanted to see if anyone else have tried this and if it works or not for you!? To limit the ports I run the netsh (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929851) command on all management servers and have this specific limitation set to be allowed in our firewalls.... Can't find any usefull information about limiting the
  4. Changed my tcp dynamic port range in order to be able to please the firewall administrators. After doing this the reports are troubeling me, I guess it could do with this or? srsrp.log Reporting Services URL from Registry [https://server.domain.com/ReportServer/ReportService2005.asmx] Reporting Services is running Retrieved datasource definition from the server. Retrieved datasource definition from the server. Updating data source {5C6358F2-4BB6-4a1b-A16E-8D96795D8602} at ConfigMgr_XXX Loading
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