Manage DMZ servers

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2014/08/14 18:59:45 (permalink)
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Manage DMZ servers

Hello Everyone
I am trying to figure out what I can possibly do.  I was recently asked if we can setup SCCM to manage our DMZ servers.  The catch is they don't want to open the firewall using the standard SCCM ports (80/8530).  They perfer I use HTTPS ports 443/8531 for the communication.  My CM12 site is in mixed mode because we don't have a PKI infrastrcuture in house.  Are they SOL? 
Any advice is much apprecaited!

Thank you,

Kathy Lopez
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    bmason505
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    Re:Manage DMZ servers 2014/08/15 15:17:15 (permalink)
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    Is it HTTPS they want or just alternate ports?  HTTPS would need certs.  I wonder why they care so much since CM traffic is rather boring.  The comms from clients are signed and encrypted if that helps your argument.

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    Re:Manage DMZ servers 2014/08/25 14:11:16 (permalink)
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    "depending" on what they want to do, they will have to open the ports... 
     
    80 / 8530 / 10123  etc
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