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   * **Microsoft Windows Target** - If you already have iTunes installed, you do not need to do anything else (since it's included). Otherwise, you can install [[https://​support.apple.com/​kb/​DL999?​locale=en_US|Apple'​s Bonjour service]] or you can enable Microsoft'​s own Link-Local Multicast Name Resolution (LLMNR) service.   * **Microsoft Windows Target** - If you already have iTunes installed, you do not need to do anything else (since it's included). Otherwise, you can install [[https://​support.apple.com/​kb/​DL999?​locale=en_US|Apple'​s Bonjour service]] or you can enable Microsoft'​s own Link-Local Multicast Name Resolution (LLMNR) service.
   * **Linux Target** - Install //​avahi-daemon//​. It will automatically enable itself during installation. It's in your favorite package manager already.   * **Linux Target** - Install //​avahi-daemon//​. It will automatically enable itself during installation. It's in your favorite package manager already.
 +  * **macOS Target** - No need to install anything; it's already included.
  
-**Important Note About Firewall** +**Important Note About Firewall** ​If the target computer has a firewall enabled, you'll also need to allow UDP traffic through ports 5353 and 53791.
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-If the target computer has a firewall enabled, you'll also need to allow UDP traffic through ports 5353 and 53791.+
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