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The firewall in my company is configured with some to stringent rules. When I am connected through this network my synchronization fails. In other networks all works fine!

How works Google Chrome Sync? What are the Internet addresses used during synchronization? What rules do I add in the firewall for this to work? It's important for me, I need this to propagate some Chrome policy through Chrome users.

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Google requires HTTPS to authenticate your profile with their servers. If not, syncing will not work. Make sure your firewall rules arent blocking port 443.

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