It should also use port 80.
For even further clarification.
Ports 80 and 443 are used for clients managed by the Cloud Services Appliance (LANDesk Management Gateway).
Clients that are managed directly from the core server use the following ports:
We are looking at using LDMS to patch servers in a DMZ. I need to be 100% on the communication.
Client ----(443)---> CSA
Client <----(80)----- CSA
For all LDMS agent features
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If you have the CSA between the servers in the DMZ and your Core Server you will get Pull based management only (with the exception of Remote Control. So you won't be able to push anything, only things launched by the client using the locally scheduled activities such as policy.sync, ldiscn32 or vulscan with be able to send you updates or apply changes.
443 is the only requirement from the server to the CSA in this instance. In general though I recommend you have this unrestricted initially until you prove functionality and then lock it down so that you don't waste time troubleshooting the wrong thing.
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