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Hi!

Now i'm using Kerio Software since one year.
They are very great.

I'm sorry for my english, I am from Austria.

My Problem is the portingsystems and portforwarding.

In my Network with about 30 Servers and 69 Clients I have the MSN Messenger.

The only problem I have, is that I can't use the Webcam.

I had searched long time for the Webcam port, I found it, but I am not able to use the Webcam.

The next Problem is - I want to use the RDP from Network to Internet, but I can't.

I hope you can help me.

Yours hopefully
Andrew
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winkelman

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Did you enable uPnP in KWF?
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Hi!

At the Clients I have UPNP allowed.

How must I do on Server 2003? I don't have any SP!

At time I got a rule, there i've got the Service: upnp, but, how must I config the rest?

Source and Destination?

I hope you can tell me.


Yours hopefully
Andrew
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winkelman

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You must enable uPnP in KWF. This will enable MSN and KWF to 'talk' to eachother and negotiate the webcam connection (this is what uPnP does). There is no fixed 'webcam port' in MSN, so there is not some magic port that you can open to enable the webcams...
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