Another system admin in our company just confirmed that he receives reports on Epo scanning on port 135 every couple of minutes.
I was wonder what would that be? The strangest thing is that this "scanning process" scans subnets which do not exist in our environment, for example: 192.168.sth.5
If I take a look on Epolicy-console I see that we have set up only default ports:
|Agent-to-server communication port:||80|
|Agent-to-server communication secure port:||Enabled on port 443|
|Agent wake-up communication port:||8081|
|Agent broadcast communication port:||8082|
|Console-to-application server communication port:||8443|
|Client-to-server authenticated communication port:||8444|
We are using:
Mcafee agent: 126.96.36.1994
VirusScan 188.8.131.527Message was edited by: bostjanc on 4/20/12 8:33:55 AM GMT+01:00
Solved! Go to Solution.
In a nutshell, RSD is used to detect devices on your network that don't have an agent. Please see the "Detecting Rogue Systems" section of the ePO 4.6 Product Guide for a full description.