How to Configure the Firewall to Allow DCOM Connections

Feb 09, 2017 windows server 2008 - Port 135 / epmap - Server Fault TCP Port 135 - RPC Terminal Services Licensing. TCP Port 135 - RPC Terminal Services Session Directory. So when you connect via 3389 - the server wants to see how your TS is licensed, etc so it uses TCP/135 to call your DC or wherever your TS Licensing is kept. This article can help. [SOLVED] Testing Firewall on a computer, port tcp 135

Create Inbound Rules to Support RPC (Windows 10) - Windows

known vulnerabilities - Microsoft Windows RPC (135/tcp By sending a Lookup request to the portmapper TCP 135 it was possible to enumerate the Distributed Computing Environment services running on the remote port. Using this information it is possible to connect and bind to each service by sending an RPC request to the remote port/pipe. So now I have the following questions:

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Apr 17, 2018 TechNet Test-RPC: Testing RPC Connectivity Like A Boss Mar 29, 2016 Troubleshooting "RPC Server Unavailable" Errors | Dell US Introduction. "The RPC server is unavailable" is a fairly common error in Windows that can occur in a …