Re: SBS2008 Why is port 80 opened by default?

ComputerFields wrote:
I don't understand.

All the default remote access methods RWW/OWA etc... go through other
ports. What is port 80 used for?


Just because something is listening on the LAN doesn't mean you should
expose it to the Internet through your firewall.


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