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Network Ports Used by Parallels Mac Management for Microsoft SCCM

APPLIES TO:
  • Parallels Mac Management

Network Ports Used by Parallels Mac Management for Microsoft SCCM:

The ports used by Parallels Mac Management should NOT be used by other programs. Please review the following table and make sure that the ports listed are available. Please note that the table doesn't include the ports used by the standard System Center Configuration Manager 2012 services, and by the standard Windows services.

 

Program TCP UDP Platform Required Notes
Configuration Manager
Proxy
pma_isv_proxy_service.exe

8760,
8761

443

  Windows Required

The default ports 8760 and
8761 can be changed if
needed using the
Configuration Manager Proxy
configuration utility.

The outbound port 443 is used by
Parallels CfgMgr Proxy to communicate
with the Parallels License Server. The port
is also used to comm
unicate with the
Apple DEP service when participating in
the Apple Device Enrollment Program.

 

NetBoot Server
pma_netboot_service.exe
bootpd (DHCP)
  67, 68 Windows Optional Required for the NetBoot
Server functionality.
NetBoot Server
pma_netboot_service.exe
tftpd (TFTP)
  69 Windows Optional Required for the NetBoot
Server functionality.
NetBoot server 80   Windows Optional Required for the NetBoot
Server functionality.
Parallels MDM Server
2195
custom
ports
  Windows Optional
Port 2195 is used to communicate with
the Apple Push Notification service
(APNs).
Custom ports are used for incoming
connections. You specify these ports
when you configure a Parallels MDM
Server
SSH server 22   Mac Optional Required for the Network
Discovery functionality.
VNC server 5900   Mac Optional Needed to accept VNC
connections on a Mac.
Mac Client 8000   Mac Required Required for Parallels Mac
Client to accept incoming
connection from Parallels
Configuration Manager Proxy.
Mac computer 5223   Mac Optional
The port is used to communicate with the
Apple Push Notification service (APNs).

Additionally, RPC ports need to be open in order to allow WMI/RPC traffic to pass through. RPC ports can be opened by enabling a Group Policy firewall exception:

  • Open the Group Policy Object Editor snap-in (gpedit.msc) to edit the Group Policy object (GPO) that is used to manage Windows Firewall settings in your organization.
  • Open Computer Configuration, open Administrative Templates, open Network, open Network Connections, open Windows Firewall, and then open either Domain Profile or Standard Profile, depending on which profile you want to configure.
  • Enable the following exception: "Allow Remote Administration Exception".



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