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  • Help with Outlook 2007 RPC/HTTPS running on XP SP 3

    I have a couple of users running Outlook 2007 on Windows XP Service Pack 2 using Outlook Anywhere or RPC/HTTPS. Once the users install Service Pack 3 for Windows XP, Outlook stops connecting over RPC/HTTPS. I have uninstalled Service Pack 3 and Outlook will connect over RPC/HTTPS. I have Windows Vista users that are not having any problems at all. It just seems to be with XP Pro machines with Service Pack 3 installed. Has anyone else seen this problem and if so have you been able to fix it?

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    Re: Help with Outlook 2007 RPC/HTTPS running on XP SP 3

    Anything useful in Connection Status (hold down control and right click on the outlook icon in the notification area)?

    What is your Exchange environment?
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      Re: Help with Outlook 2007 RPC/HTTPS running on XP SP 3

      what happens if you install the OS, then the service pack3, then configure OA ?

      I know i'm not having any issues using SP3 and OA
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        Re: Help with Outlook 2007 RPC/HTTPS running on XP SP 3

        It's Exchange 2003.

        One of the users did a fresh install of XP, installed Service Pack 3, then installed Office 2007 with updates.

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          Re: Help with Outlook 2007 RPC/HTTPS running on XP SP 3

          Check the Firewall after installing SP3. Just a thought.
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