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Windows Small Business Server 2003 Required Ports

To setup SBS 2003 for remote access, you my need to open the following ports on your router or firewall:

SMTP 25 - Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

HTTP 80 - Home Page Web

RWW 443 & 4125- Remote Web Worplace

RWW 444 - Windows SharePoint Services intranet site

PPTP 1723 - VPN Connections

RDP 3389 - Remote Desktop Protocol

FTP 21 - File transfer protocol

POP3 110 - If using POP3 mail connections

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