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How to block incoming RDP connection on some servers using ePO?

Helloguys,

I would like to block Microsoft RDP (Default port 3389) on some servers, and I need your help figuring out the best way to do so, using a policy from the ePO. I have tried to block 3389 port, using firewall rules, it didn't work. I was thinking about using HIPS but I am not sure. Any advice ?

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Re: How to block incoming RDP connection on some servers using ePO?

Hi @Emmy-Jour  How did you create the Firewall Rule to block inbound RDP connections?  We have a default ALLOW INBOUND RDP rule in ENS Firewall, which will work the same in HIPS Firewall (just change it to BLOCK).  Screenshot attached.

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Re: How to block incoming RDP connection on some servers using ePO?

This is what I did, at the beginning it didn't work but I could finally figure it out. 

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