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OK (No WMI)

Post21. Nov 2008, 15:49

Hello,

after fighting for weeks to find the port which is blocked, when "No WMI" is reportet after a scan I found a way to scan PCs which have a Firewall running. Here are the steps:

Prereqisite: Port 135, 139 and filesharing must be open in the Firewall already!

- Scan with the Firewall disabled (should give an OK)
- Activate the Firewall with protocolling blocked Packets
- Make a second scan (will give a "No WMI")
- look in the Firewall protocoll
- add the blocked Port (on every machine another!)
- make a third scan: Voila it works with the Firewall acitive!!

Tracing with wireshark I found a conversation of DCERPC Packets.

But after booting the machine, the port has changed.

Does anyone have a better methode keeping the firewall on on scanned PCs?

Best regards,

Kurt
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Post2. Dec 2008, 19:35

Dear LOGINventory User,
If you have any technical problems, please provide a complete description of your environment and what you are trying to do.

* Which LOGINventory version / build are you using?
* Which OS is on the LOGINventory PC?
* Which OS is on the nodes your are trying to scan?
* What kind of firewall is active on the nodes you are trying to scan?

Did you read this http://www.loginternet.de/forum/viewtopic.php?t=773 for Vista or this http://www.loginternet.de/forum/viewtopic.php?t=673 for XP SP2/3?
RolandL

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