Re: WMI Thru ISA

Remote management of systems via MMC or WMI requires TCP 135 and 445. Well, to be pedantic, 135 *or* 445 depending on what configuration is in place that may disable NetBIOS, thus requiring CIFS. Oh, and you need to bang two half's of a coconut together as well. You will obviously need the appropriate bindings in place for the interface.


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Does anyone know what I need to do in order to allow WMI queries from the internal network to the isa server???


It's for a script that inventories hardware via wmi.


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