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@Kostas777 No you cannot access any port through UDP. You access the port you registered your server on (QUIC is by default 443, but it can be changed). You can't just use any application on QUIC, your protocol must be adapted it. Right now that's SMB, HTTP, and DNS (this will expand - the point of ...
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Isn't this bypassing the old-fashioned firewall security as we know it?Essentially, you can access any local port through the UDP port? Or, probably, at least the local services should opt-in to using QUIC to receive that kind of access.I also have doubts about it, because IDS/IPS/firewall systems w...
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From experience I can confirm rewriting ACL is hell, and I try to stay away from it - just like local groups-based ACL. I do appreciate you fully support this kind of migration for customers who need it however.Regarding ACL-less migration model , maybe create a Powershell only option, with -Confirm...
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@SunshineRay nothing jumps out in my mind. I know we're trace logging it but that's not event log logging that can easily be reviewed. Let me dig on this and get back to you, if we don't have it, it might be worth a feature someday.
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Ah yeah. Sorry. We definitely only support the ACL mirror model - in fact we go even further and support local user and groups (with their new SIDs) so that we don't lose access to data or expose it by mistake, something robocopy cannot handle. I think robocopy is going to be your best option, perha...
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