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  • Rpc

    سلام دوستان من server 2008 r2 نصب کردم و می خواهم به کلاینت ها وصل شوم با پیغام unactive rpc مواجه میشوم

    rpc رو چه طوری باید روی سرور فعال کنم

    با تشکر...

  • #2
    چطوری می خواین وصل بشید؟

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    • #3
      می خواهم به even viewer وصل بشوم یا به computer managment کلاینت وصل شوم با پیغام unactive rpc مواجه میشوم....

      راه مشکل چی می باشد.....

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      • #4
        احتمال زیاد از فایروال هست،فایروال کلاینت غیر فعال کنید
        اگر از سرویس باشه راه حل اینه

        The RPC (Remote Procedure Call) service in Services should be started and the startup type should be set to Automatic.

        a) Click on Start, type services in the start search box and press Enter.
        b) In the Services window, find Remote Procedure Call and right click on it to select Properties.
        c) Under the General tab make sure the Startup type is Automatic and the Service status says Started.

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        • #5
          مرسی دوست عزیز واقعا تشکر اما اگر فایروال خاموش باشد امنیت پایین میخواهم فایروال روشن باشد و rpc هم فعال پورت rpc چند می باشد که رو فایروال allow کنم..

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          • #6
            To allow inbound remote procedure call (RPC) network traffic, use the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security node in the Group Policy Management MMC snap-in to create two firewall rules. The first rule allows incoming network packets on TCP port 135 to the RPC Endpoint Mapper service. The incoming traffic consists of requests to communicate with a specified network service. The RPC Endpoint Mapper replies with a dynamically-assigned port number that the client must use to communicate with the service. The second rule allows the network traffic that is sent to the dynamically-assigned port number. Using the two rules configured as described in this topic helps to protect your computer by allowing network traffic only from computers that have received RPC dynamic port redirection and to only those TCP port numbers assigned by the RPC Endpoint Mapper.
            Administrative credentials
            To complete these procedures, you must be a member of the Domain Administrators group, or otherwise be delegated permissions to modify the GPOs.
            This topic describes how to create rules that allow inbound RPC network traffic. For other inbound port rule types, see:

            In this topic:

            To create a rule to allow inbound network traffic to the RPC Endpoint Mapper service


            • Open the Group Policy Management Console to Windows Firewall with Advanced Security.
            • In the navigation pane, click Inbound Rules.
            • Click Action, and then click New rule.
            • On the Rule Type page of the New Inbound Rule Wizard, click Custom, and then click Next.
            • On the Program page, click This Program Path, and then type %systemroot%\system32\svchost.exe.
            • Click Customize.
            • In the Customize Service Settings dialog box, click Apply to this service, select Remote Procedure Call (RPC) with a short name of RpcSs, click OK, and then click Next.
            • On the warning about Windows service-hardening rules, click Yes.
            • On the Protocol and Ports dialog box, for Protocol type, select TCP.
            • For Local port, select RPC Endpoint Mapper, and then click Next.
            • On the Scope page, you can specify that the rule applies only to network traffic to or from the IP addresses entered on this page. Configure as appropriate for your design, and then click Next.
            • On the Action page, select Allow the connection, and then click Next.
            • On the Profile page, select the network location types to which this rule applies, and then click Next.
              If this GPO is targeted at server computers running Windows Server 2008 that never move, consider applying the rules to all network location type profiles. This prevents an unexpected change in the applied rules if the network location type changes due to the installation of a new network card or the disconnection of an existing network card’s cable. A disconnected network card is automatically assigned to the Public network location type.
            • On the Name page, type a name and description for your rule, and then click Finish.



            To create a rule to allow inbound network traffic to RPC-enabled network services


            • On the same GPO you edited in the preceding procedure, click Action, and then click New rule.
            • On the Rule Type page of the New Inbound Rule Wizard, click Custom, and then click Next.
            • On the Program page, click This Program Path, and then type the path to the executable file that hosts the network service. Click Customize.
            • In the Customize Service Settings dialog box, click Apply to this service, and then select the service that you want to allow. If the service does not appear in the list, then clickApply to service with this service short name, and then type the short name of the service in the text box.
            • Click OK, and then click Next.
            • On the Protocol and Ports dialog box, for Protocol type, select TCP.
            • For Local port, select RPC Dynamic Ports, and then click Next.
            • On the Scope page, you can specify that the rule applies only to network traffic to or from the IP addresses entered on this page. Configure as appropriate for your design, and then click Next.
            • On the Action page, select Allow the connection, and then click Next.
            • On the Profile page, select the network location types to which this rule applies, and then click Next.
              If this GPO is targeted at server computers running Windows Server 2008 that never move, consider applying the rules to all network location type profiles. This prevents an unexpected change in the applied rules if the network location type changes due to the installation of a new network card or the disconnection of an existing network card’s cable. A disconnected network card is automatically assigned to the Public network location type.
            • On the Name page, type a name and description for your rule, and then click Finish.




            کد:
            http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc947809(v=WS.10).aspx

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            • #7
              مرسی دوست عزیز خیلی کمکم کردید واقعا تشکر...

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