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  • RPC over HTTP

    Hi All,
    My network has about 100 users and they are joining to Domain-A. I installed one exchange 2003 server in new new Domain-B in this network, because existing Doamin-A is configures as single labeled DNS.
    Now all users are accessing exchange server as pop clients. So they can not use exchange features.
    So I want to use RPC over HTTP and the thing I worry is
    After when I configured exchange server to use RPC over HTTP, will it effect the current pop clients? Can all pop clients still use as pop clients? Only do I need is to create new profile for RPC over HTTP , right?
    Greately appreciate to any idea.
    thanks in advanced.

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    Re: RPC over HTTP

    There is no effect on the existing clients at all when you configure RPC over HTTPS. It is simply another connection method.

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