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    Hello all,

    Could someone clarify, does Web RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) require port 3389 to be open? I know it uses port 443 (https), but does it require 3389 also?

    I'm aware within a LAN RDP only requires port 3389 to be open on the Windows Firewall (if enabled).

    Many thanks!

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    Do you mean RD gateway? If so, no, just 443 to the outside world.

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