You can not do a push without that port open. Until the device is managed we use (RPC) for all support.
If they do not want to open that port they can do a self-contained agent install or install the agent via a login script.
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Pushing the agent to the PC uses RPC as indicated. This is a windows function so LANDesk cannot push the agent if that has been blocked. In this situation, you have deployment via GPO as the best remaining option and as mentioned you could use the advance agent MSI or a self-contained executable.
For agent deployment advice take a look at this page : http://community.landesk.com/support/docs/DOC-23482
Since some blocking is in place I assume there will be more to unblock, so for a list of ports needed for LANDesk to function look here: http://community.landesk.com/support/docs/DOC-1591
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Thanks for answering my query, it was helpful and make it clearly understandable for agent deployment . But my question is regarding Port TCP Number 135, which is RPC port, this port nowhere listed in document on community and not have share any testing details done using this port. I just want to understand why is this port required, technical side of this, I would be extremely sorry if this is not related to you, but person for development team can clear my doubts.
Looking forward for same.
Thanks again for helping me.