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Hardening connector servers

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We have installed HP Smart Connectors on Windows 2012 platform. We have configured most of the connectors. now we are looking to harden our connector servers. I am looking for some information on hardening guidelines, with respect to ESM environment. What should be allowed, what ports, etc.

I think port 445 outbound must be allowed to all the Windows machines(Since we use windows event log unified connector), port 8443 to communicate with ESM and Logger.Is it right?

We would be using RepSm, which requires external access to all the machines on port 443(Not sure what exactly this means). Any idea on this?

Many Thanks.

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Hi Shezaf,
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Hi Shezaf, Can you please re-post the link as I see the link is not visible after the update to the portal
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It helpd indeed! Thank you so much!

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