Ports

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UDP 67

Protocol : DHCP

IP Address Assignment -- Used by the PXE Server (if using PXE boot) (ThinManager 5.0 and later).

UDP 69

Protocol: TFTP

Used to TFTP the firmware and/or modules to ThinManager Compatible thin clients. (ThinManager 5.0 and later). Standard TFTP implementations use a different source port on the ThinManager server after the initial TFTP request - see Wikipedia article for details.

ThinManager 10 includes a version of TFTP called "Firewall Compatible TFTP", that uses only port 69.

TCP 1494

Protocol: ICA

Citrix -- Used by the ICA protocol (if using ICA instead of RDP).

UDP 1758

Protocol: Multicast TFTP

Used if MultiCasting is enabled in ThinManager.
This port is configurable by:

  • Double clicking on your server name to bring up the ThinManager Server Configuration Wizard
  • Click Next until you come to the Multicase Configuration page
  • Click Advanced to bring up the Advanced Options

TCP 2031

Protocol: Propriety

Configuration -- Used to pass the configuration from the ThinManager Server to the terminal (connection initiated from thinclient). Also used for automatic Synchronization between ThinManager servers.

TCP 3389

Protocol: RDP

Used by the RDP protocol (if using ThinManager v2.4.1 or later). Connection is initiated by thinclient to Remote Desktop server.

UDP 4900

Protocol: TFTP

Used to TFTP the firmware to ThinManager Ready thin clients. Standard TFTP implementations use a different source port on the ThinManager server after the initial TFTP request - see Wikipedia article for TFTP details.

ThinManager 10 includes a version of TFTP called "Firewall Compatible TFTP", that uses only port 4900.

TCP 5900

Protocol: Propriety Shadow Protocol

Used for shadowing terminals (connection initiated from ThinManager UI directly to thinclient). This can be changed on the Shadow Configuration page of the ThinManager Server Configuration Wizard.
This port is configurable by:

ICMP

Protocol: ICMP

Ping -- Used by WinTMC and Enforce Primary.