Open on what? The Ghost Server or on the Ghost clients? Presumably
your Ghost clients have been started from some sort of symantec-provided
boot media, so I would expect that they would open the client-side ports
for you. If this is on the server-side, I really would expect the Ghost
server installer to configure the Windows firewall for you, but perhaps
not? I would refer to their documentation for instructions on how to
configure the Windows firewall for their product.
Presumably your Ghost server is on the same subnet as your clients, so I
would not expect any network firewalls to be getting in your way.
-J. Greg Mackinnon | ETS Systems Architecture and Administration | x68251
On 6/18/2015 10:57 AM, Larry Kost wrote:
> We are trying to use the New Symantec Ghost 3.0 and are having trouble
> communicating with clients. It uses a bunch of ports (about 20 all
> together) and they (Symantec Tech Support) suggested that I check to
> be sure these are all open. How do I do this? If a port is being
> blocked, can I unblock?