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  • RPC over HTTPS Setup

    want to set it up with our 1 exchange 2003 server (2003 sp1 exchange 2003 ent edt).. what should i need to be aware of

    i.e. firewall settings , out look settigns, load on exchange server?

    also how is it different in 2007

    thanks ot all who reply

  • #2
    Re: rdp over http

    By any chance to you mean RPC over HTTP? RDP over HTTP is quite a different matter.
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    • #3
      Re: rdp over http

      yes where you can use outlook from your exchange server not on the vpn....


      • #4
        Re: rdp over http

        Daniel has written a useful guide in the knowledge base.
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        • #5
          Re: RPC over HTTPS Setup

          I have updated the question title.
          Strongly advice that you bring the server up to the latest service packs and updates for both Exchange and Windows before you expose the server for this service.

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          • #6
            Re: rdp over http

            Originally posted by cruachan View Post
            Daniel has written a useful guide in the knowledge base.

            Daniel's guide was a great help to me, I got RPC configured and working in about 15 min. Give it a go!

            All our users connect via RPC over HTTP, great for branch locations.