Tuesday, June 22, 2010 9:36 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote http://msexchangeteam.com/videos/9/owamobility/entry446359.aspxsasanka Thursday, February 03, 2011 2:50 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote NadeemNasir, you These are the correct Autodiscover folder settings in IIS: 1) Autodiscover folder properties in IIS -> Directory: - check Read, Index visits, Log 2) Under IIS -> Directory Security -> Authentication: Forum Software © ASPPlayground.NET Advanced Edition RSS Twiter Facebook Google+ Community Area Login Register Now Home Articles & Tutorials Exchange 2003 Articles Management & Administration Troubleshooting RPC over HTTPS (Part 1) In exchange Proxy Settings, the URL to my proxy server for Exchange is mail.domain.com Connect using SSL is checked On Slow Networks, connect using HTTP first then connect using TCP/ IP check over here
Posts 2,088 Thank Post 2 Thanked 148 Times in 136 Posts Rep Power 115 Doesn't Outlook Anywhere need a SSL Certificate - hasn't expired has it? I really need to have Outlook anywhere working, where do i go from here? We can connect successfully to mail.mydomain.com/owa. Send PM SHARE: + Post New Thread Similar Threads Direct URL for Outlook Web Access Lite (Exchange 2007) By SteveMC in forum Windows Replies: 4 Last Post: 10th May 2010,
In order to use this functionality with Exchange we must install the RPC over HTTP Proxy networking component on a server (recommened on your Exchange server). The firewall 443 is open and OWA works fine with a 3rd party cert i installed. Everything appears to run just as it should. run outlook, and provide the user name and password in the format of "Domain\User".
I enabled Outlook anywhere and rpc/http is installed. Is there a difference in the way 2003 connects to 2007 Exchange via RPC? RPC over HTTPS tunnels remote procedure calls through an HTTPS connection allowing you to connect to the Exchange server when outside the corporate LAN without needing to establish a VPN connection. Rpc ping is a command line tool that can be found in the Windows 2003 resource kit http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=9d467a69-57ff-4ae7-96ee-b18c4790cffd&DisplayLang=en We can use this tool to test rpc connectivity through an rpc proxy
Peter Bruzzese Andy Grogan Nuno Mota Henrik Walther Neil Hobson Anderson Patricio Jaap Wesselius Markus Klein Rui Silva Ilse Van Criekinge Books Hardware Mail Archiving Load Balancing Message Boards Migration Section Testexchangeconnectivity IT will come up with a login prompt and it doesn't seem to matter what credential I use. If you would like to read the next part in this article series please go to Troubleshooting RPC over HTTPS (Part 2). then the certificate is valid.
Search Categories Active Directory Bugs and Fixes Exchange 2007 ISA 2006 Microsoft Mobile Phones Novell & ZenWorks Office Communication Server 2007 Scripts Security Sharepoint 2007 Tips & Tricks VMware Windows Server Port 443 correctly forwarded on firewall. Rpc Over Http Connectivity Failed Exchange 2007 If i open up the mail feature on my system and create a new account and let it do the auto discovery by using the email [email protected] it gets past the Exchange 2007 Rpc Over Http Any Exchange 2007 version Client Access Server (CAS) and Mailbox Server roles installed on the same server Operating system any version and edition of Windows Server 2008, with RPC Proxy feature installed (required
Monday, February 04, 2008 5:13 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Finally it worked. ( Outlook Anywhere ) 1 - Checked the certificates ( valid 'til 2020) check my blog There has to be something I can do to just keep the machines remembering the domain name. Arun Chaudhary Says: January 11th, 2012 at 2:22 am Hi Man, Its a good blog to configure the exchange server. Enter the External name that clients will use to connect to your Exchange Server, note this name should match the name on your certificate. The Rpc_s_server_unavailable Error (0x6ba) Was Thrown By The Rpc Runtime Process
EMS (command line) or 2. WindowsNetworking.com Windows Server 2008 / 2003 & Windows 7 networking resource site. What SP are you on and what RU? this content Thanks Leave a Reply Name (required) Mail (will not be published) (required) Website Sponsored Links Blogroll All Things MAC Jim Mcebee Joe Joyce Microsoft Exchange Team Blog Microsoft Technology
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What SP are you on and what RU? To resolve the problem all You have to do is make the server use the IPv4 address instead of the IPv6 address when contacting it self. Here is our setup. Input your mailbox server name (this could be FQDN or Netbios Name) 5.
First Name Please enter a first name Last Name Please enter a last name Email We will never share this with anyone. Thanks Paul Bob Podevijn Says: January 5th, 2010 at 4:00 pm Hi Man I wish I stumbled on this post a bit sooner, … would have saved me many hours figuring On the Completion Wizard Click finish As you saw there is very little configuration when enabling Outlook Anywhere we have 3 options 1. have a peek at these guys authentication and 3.
This means that when the CAS role contacts the RPC proxy on the same server, it will use the local ServerName resulting in the IPv6 address of :::1: instead of 127.0.0.1. In Where did you get your cert.. under "Connect using SSL Only" settings, make sure to choose the option below it as well, which is "Only connect to proxy servers that have this principal name in thier certificate:" EMC a.
All rights reserved. Covered by US Patent. Yes No Additional feedback? 1500 characters remaining Submit Skip this Thank you! Outlook 2010 via autodiscover configuration works without issue for same account as well as testexchangeconnectivity.com; seems to be something with the 2003 client specifically.
The important is that apperars a window with five mmm how it say, well the title of the window say Microsoft Exchange Server and have in the top says General, Advanced, then, in the two check boxes, choose second one "on slow networks, connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP. CodeTwo Exchange Rules PRO ENow Mailscape Exclaimer Email Alias Manager MAPILab Disclaimers for Exchange NetIQ Exchange Administrator Permessa Email Control Sherpa Software Mail Attender SolarWinds Server & Application Monitor Symprex Folder I am able to connect through the OWA, we have POP access up and running, the only thing I can't do is connect through the outlook anywhere. From everything I've read
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