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Jun 16, 2006 at 1:13 am in reply to: Trying to reset password, now asking for activation! #278297
Re: Trying to reset password, now asking for activation!
If you have a legal software and do not know the product key with which the OS was installed you can use the follwing software to get the product key to activate your OS..
I finally got it working.it seems RPC over HTTP is not success out side the office.So i installed a local Certificate server and configured the IIS.It is working fine with out any problem.
Thanks for all your effort.
For the RPC Over HTTP(S) Beginners please follow the following steps which made me successful.Please follow the link for detailled configuration.
I exactly follow the below steps and i could make it working..Hope this is useful to you guys
1.Configure the server for RPC
2.Install CA in the domain.
3.Configure the IIS for SSL
4.Install the certificate from your CA server
5.Configure outlook 2003 for RPC over HTTPS
6.Test the RPC over HTTPS connection
O.K Let me explain the setup to you..
ADS 2003 standard with Exchange 2003 standard.Exchange is setup do RPC over HTTP (HTTP only).The PIX firewall is installed after the router so it is the gateway for the local LAN.The server local IP is NATed in the PIX firewall for port 80 & 25.
The RPC Over HTTP works fine in a LAN w/o any problem as long as the computer is part of that domain.I tried w/o joining to the domain it was keep on asking me the user name and pasword and it never succeed.
The laptop is set for RPC over HTTP in a LAN and it took the local server name as mysrv.mymail.com.But my DNS is registred as mail.mymail.com.I am trying to connect from home it is nnot connecting either with the names.I can ping the registred name.
Hope this information is clear.