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  • Rpc over https/IIS rpc directory

    Has anyone successfully got rpc over https working when in IIS the mail domain is not in the default web site? I've tried copying the rpc directory over to the web site in IIS but it's not working. This is a single server configuration Exchange 2003 on Windows 2003. TIA

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    Re: Rpc over https/IIS rpc directory

    How did you copy it?
    You cannot just copy the settings and create the directory by hand. You have to export the settings to a file and then import it.

    I have done it before, but I have always got it to work on the default site first, as this feature either works or it doesn't and moving it to another virtual server is a complication I do not need.

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      Re: Rpc over https/IIS rpc directory

      It was exported and then imported; so now we're concentrating on the default web site.

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        Re: Rpc over https/IIS rpc directory

        I paid for MS support, they would not support it without it being moved to the Default Web site, but at least it's working now.

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          Re: Rpc over https/IIS rpc directory

          Thanks for posting back with that info Raind. It is appreciated.
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