Configuration Manager Port Information and Spreadsheet

Posted: February 28, 2012 in System Center Configuration Manager 2007, System Center Configuration Manager 2012
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Chris Nackers recently posted an excellent post on Configuration Manager ports, as we all know one of the “fun” tasks when working with clients is when we need to open the various ports on a client’s network for Configuration Manager to work properly.

Chris has developed an excel spreadsheet that contains all the ports used. On the 2nd sheet, you can put in the names of the servers for the various ConfigMgr roles. Once you do that, the 1st sheet will auto populate with those names. Once this is completed you will have a nice sheet you can show the client, or your network team that shows what ports needed to be open and from where to where.

The information is based upon the TechNet information listed here.

Here is a sample screenshot of the excel sheet.

Here is a screenshot of the configuration page.

Download the spreadsheet here.

Source: Chris Nackers
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Comments
  1. […] while back I blogged about the spreadsheet Chris Nackers made for documenting all the ports needed when working with […]

  2. Slim says:

    Great info! Would this apply to SCCM 2012R2 as well?

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