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2006.03.17

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I have two questions.
First is regarding firewalls. When you run your CIFS server, can your customers still access their files on your server even though they are behind a firewall.
Webdav works over port 80. I am not sure about CIFS (possibly TCP 445 ?).

My second question is that does CIFS server have to run in the same intranet with the client computers. Can I run my CIFS server through a hosting company and provide a content management service to my customers who are in different intranets.

Thanks for your time.

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