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  • RPC over HTTP

    Hi,
    I followed the article and configured RPC over HTTP on both server and client sides (Exchange 2k3 single server and DC&GC another server). It works fine but with one problem only: client to server requests take quite long time to produce. It seems that Exchange to Directory Services are behind this but I'm not sure.
    Where to debug and what to do?
    Thanks
    Yba

  • #2
    Re: RPC over HTTP

    Are you sure that it is working?

    Close Outlook completely, ensuring that it is not listed in task manager.
    Then click Start, Run and type

    outlook.exe /rpcdiag

    This will start Outlook with an additional diagnostic window. All connection types should be https. If any of them say TCP/IP then the feature is not working correctly.

    Simon.
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    • #3
      Re: RPC over HTTP

      Hi,
      I did just that. It took that long time as before and when connected, it was TCP/IP, HTTP.
      Does this long time trying to connect have anything to do with being TCP/IP and how to fix the latter so to be HTTP.
      Thanks
      Yba

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      • #4
        Re: RPC over HTTP

        The long time to connect would indicate that it is trying to connect over HTTP and is then timing out.

        It isn't clear from your post whether all of the lines were TCP/IP, or they were mixed. If they were mixed, then that can point where the problem may be.

        Simon.
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        Simon Butler
        Exchange MVP

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