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    Default epmap port 135....how do you disable? Is it needed?

    Supposedly TCP port 135, also known as epmap, is a security risk on Windows computers.

    Does anybody have good information on this port?

    Can you disable epmap?

    Thanks
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    Just make sure it's blocked at the border (firewall). Windows will die without port 135.
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    On Windows Server 2008 issue following command:
    netsh rpc add 127.0.0.0
    and reboot
    Now rpc will listen only locally (on 127.0.0.1) !
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