I have read thru a bunch of other posts about CPF blocking Remote Desktop, and I have tried all of the suggestions (well, the ones i could find). Right now, I have a FW rule for all incoming TCP on 3389 (Global) and a FW rule on svchost.exe to allow for incoming on 3389. When I test it with Shields Up (https://www.grc.com/x/portprobe=3389
) it comes back blank, and my logs show that "Windows Operating System Blocked TCP [grc ip] [random port] 192.168.0.6 (me) 3389 [date]". It doesnt look like it is ever hitting the svchost rule i have in place.
My question.... What rule would be listed as "Windows Operating System"? and be stealthing this port while i can still open up uTorrent and mIRC ports?
............ **Apply forehead to wall** ..............
then enable RDP on host......
Repeat step 1.