Check port status via Powershell
This is a set of 2 agent procedures. The first one requires a string custom field named "Port Status", when scheduled it will prompt for a port number, run the powershell script and check if the port is open for the public IP of the endpoint. It will update the custom field with the port number and the status Open or Closed.
The second procedure checks directly for the RDP port 3389. It requires a string custom field named "RDP Port Status" and will update the custom field with the status of the RDP Port.
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Thx Doug. Any chance of using a txt file w/>1 port numbers so it can scan whatever ports are listed therein - perhaps separate by a comma (e.g. 8080,4443,2049). Custom field could list all open ports in this instance. Also a way to add what servcie is listening on the port.