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  • Outlook from Home - RPC Setup

    I am following the article http://www.petri.com/how-can-i-confi...cenario.htm#gc about setting up my RPC on HTTP/S.

    My network has 5 servers. All are domain controllers. 3 are file servers only. Another is DHCP and DNS. And then my Exchange Server. One server does all Exchange work. I have OWA for everyone to use out of work and Outlook for office folks on the LAN.

    I want to setup the Office Outlook 2007 for outside of the office LAN. Do I follow the single server since I have a single exchange server? Or is single server meaning only 1 network server period?

    Single server - In this scenario, you have only one server that is configured to function as a Domain Controller, a Global Catalog, an Exchange computer, and an RPC proxy server. This article discusses the single-server configuration in detail.

    Thanks,
    RC

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    Re: Outlook from Home - RPC Setup

    yes, you have a single-server scenario.

    A multi-server scenario would usually refer to where there is separate front-end, and backend, servers
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      Re: Outlook from Home - RPC Setup

      You have a single Exchange server so it is both Front End and Back End
      The process is detailed here: http://www.petri.com/how-can-i-confi...r-scenario.htm

      You should get a public certificate from e.g. www.godaddy.com
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      • #4
        Re: Outlook from Home - RPC Setup

        Sounds good. That is what I waas hoping for!!

        Thanks,
        RC

        Originally posted by tehcamel View Post
        yes, you have a single-server scenario.

        A multi-server scenario would usually refer to where there is separate front-end, and backend, servers

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        • #5
          Re: Outlook from Home - RPC Setup

          Great. That is the exact page of steps I just printed and started reading over.

          I already have my GoDaddy certificate that I got when I did my OWA with SSL and was very happy with GoDaddy and there support folks.

          Thanks,
          RC

          Originally posted by Ossian View Post
          You have a single Exchange server so it is both Front End and Back End
          The process is detailed here: http://www.petri.com/how-can-i-confi...r-scenario.htm

          You should get a public certificate from e.g. www.godaddy.com

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