When will the msrdp AppID be udpated for UDP 3389?

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When will the msrdp AppID be udpated for UDP 3389?

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MS RDP v8.0+ (comes with Windows 8 & Server 2012) uses UDP 3389 for RDP in addition to TCP.  Furthermore, it also tries UDP first (this may be with v8.1 - can't remember).

I know I can workaround it - I just want to know when will the AppID itself be  updated.

I opened a ticket but support told me to post it here as they didn't know.


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The current application description on Applipedia mentions TCP and UDP 3389. AThis is also the case in the latest content/app update. On the other hand, the default port description still only says TCP 3389. So I guess it should work - but we will run some tests to verify.

Well, then it's working inconsistently.

After you posted that I went back to the logs...

For any AppID-only rule (ms-rdp & t.120) that uses TCP it works fine but all UDP is dropped.

For a rule that as 'any' for both App-ID & service, UDP works (I haven't tried it with TCP/UDP 3389 in the Services column but I expect it would have the same outcome).

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