Depending on the connection types used in Royal TS we do use different protocols to be able to provide its functionality. The list is subject to change.
|SSH, FileTransfer, VNC, Web Page, etc||No special requirements. Outgoing port is as defined in the General tab.||/|
|Remote Desktop||No special requirements. Ports are TCP/3389 and/or UDP/3389 by default, otherwise as defined in the General tab.||We take use of the proprietary ActiveX RDP component of your Windows OS. Local GPOs or configuration may change behavior.|
|Secure Gateway||This is based on SSH. Default is TCP/22, otherwise as defined in the General tab.|
|Performance View||Relies on WMI. See more here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/832017#method35|
|PowerShell Connection||Relies on PSRemoting. See more here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.core/enable-psremoting?view=powershell-6|
|Windows Events View||Relies on WMI. See more here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/832017#method13|
|Windows Processes||Relies on WMI.|
|Windows Services||Relies on WMI.|
|Terminal Services||Relies on RPC communication to target host, See more: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/832017#method52|
|Hyper-V||Relies on WMI.||User must member of Hyper-V Admin group. For local host Hyper-V it's not possible to specify alternative credentials. Current user must have the appropriate rights.|
|VMware||Relies on HTTPS API communication. Default TCP/443.||User must have at least read access to virtual machines and hosts data.|
Please notice: WMI is a proprietary protocol by Microsoft. Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be clear instructions how to configure it correctly. Depending on many factors from the environment, e.g. operating system version, applied group policies, etc the exact required configuration may vary. We only take use of this protocol, however the configuration must be done on the user's side.