My GPO(Group Policy Object) is being blocked by my ACL
Hi all, I can't seem to find a way to allow my GPO to pass through my core router(which has ACL running). I was able to determine that the cause of this was the packets were being blocked by the ACL because if I remove the ACL on the VLAN, the GPO takes effect on the client PC going to my servers.
here are the ACL commands I used in my lab environment, most of them are for AD
I have already allowed all of the ports possible, i have an implicit deny to all networks as i am limiting the access of this network to other networks especially to my server network, that's why i am only trying to figure out which ports should i open for my GPO to pass through my ACL, my AD, DHCP, DNS seemed to be working well
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