RPC over HTTP problem
I am running an exchange 2003 server in a mixed mode environment (both
Exchange and domain environments) and one of the DCs is a windows 2003 DC. I
follow the instructions from Microsoft web site to set it up and could not
make it to work as it connects only to TCP/IP instead of HTTPS. The only
things I could think of probably because I am running in a mixed mode windows
2000 ? or is it because I havenot converted my Exchange 2003 to native mode?
Are all of your DC/GCs Windows 2003? (This is a must.)
Are you using a certificate from an internal CA or 3rd party to secure...Outlook 2002--HTTP Server Type greyed out
I would like to configure Outlook 2002 to work with my
Hotmail account. I am running Win Xp Pro SP1.
Using this for reference:
Upon selecting Tools>>>E-mail Accounts>>>Add a new E-mail
Account>>>Server Type I find that the HTTP option is greyed
out and unselectable.
Yes it is a corporate network. I'll look into the admin-set
policies on Monday. Thank you, Diane.
>are you using this on a corporate network? You
administrator may have
>disabled the ability...Smartlist Security #2
I have a client that wants to restrict A/P transaction info on certain
vendors (by vendor class) to logins that are part of a specific user class.
This is not a terribly difficult problem to solve with VBA, but what I was
wondering about was Smartlist (for the PM transactions). They do have
Smartlist Builder. Is the shortest answer to disable security to the normal
PM transaction smartlist for all users and then use Smartlist Builder to
build a modified PM transaction smartlist and give all of the users security
to that? Or, is there a way to apply VBA to Smartlist and manage ...Outlook 2007 via RPC
I have a XP workstation with Office 2007 working fine.
If the computer is not a member of any domain, i can connect Outlook to an external RPC, this works fine, the install goes through fine too.
If i then make that computer a member of a local Domain(not a member of the Domain that holds the RPC) and then log into that local domain with full supervisor rights
I have connection problems....
"Cannot Open your Default e-mail Folders, You must connect to microsoft exchange with the current user profile before you can synchronize your folders with your offline folder file&q...RPC over HTTP setup help. RPC DIag returns no results.
I have been trying for several weeks to get RPC over HTTP workign in our
environment. I refuse to put an ISA in place and am currently behing a Pix
520 ( which is not the issue, all logs show no denied traffic) I also see no
error logs in either of my Exchange servers. Please any help is appreciated.
From my Front end Server I see the followign when running RPCDIAG
Microsoft Windows [Version 5.2.3790]
(C) Copyright 1985-2003 Microsoft Corp.
C:\Program Files\Windows Resource Kits\Tools>rpcdump /p ncacn_http
Querying Endpoint Mapper Database...
RpcMgmtEpEltInqNext:(Access is denied....Security
We are trying to create some very restricted users classes, with access to a
handful of Windows. Using regular security, we have not been able to turn
the Tools menu off. How do we accomplish this?
Do you have Advanced Security.
> We are trying to create some very restricted users classes, with access to a
> handful of Windows. Using regular security, we have not been able to turn
> the Tools menu off. How do we accomplish this?
> Pete Power
In Advanced Security, you can look at the Tools part of the tree to control ...Dynamics Security Console - Policies
I am getting this system exception in our test environment when loading the
policies section of the Security Console.
Server execution failed (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80080005
errorCode, IntPtr errorInfo)
at System.EnterpriseServices.Thunk.Proxy.CoCreateObject(Type serverType,
Boolean bQuerySCInfo, Boolean& bIsAnotherProcess, String& uri)
We have SBS 2003 and windows 7 on clients. All works fine except a computer
that since 2 month ago after a Microsoft update, when we go to companyweb and
wants to edit fax list entrance, when we pick to edit appears this error (we
Mensaje: Se esperaba un objeto
I try to translate:
Missage: an object was expect
Only with this computer and only when we try to edit our fax inbox, I put
I am having a problem whereby a user can see more than they should. I have
created a role and set user level read access. I have assigned this role to a
user, but when I log in as that user they can see their accounts, but also a
sub section of my accounts. I tried re-assigning my accounts to someone else
that this user can't see, but the exact same accounts were still viewable by
the user, just now with a different owner. There are no shares on these
accounts and they are in a different business unit and territory to that of
my problem user.
Any help will be greatly appreciate...Exchange 2003 over HTTP RDP Issue
A problem with Exchange 2003 over HTTP/RDP
I have a single Windows 2003 Server running IIS with Active Directory
installed. The Server also has Exchange 2003 Installed and it is
There are NO other Servers in the domain, this is a stand alone
I have purchased a Certificate and installed it on the Server from
The FQDN on the internet for this Server is www.domain.com, and the
certificate is assigned to www.domain.com
The Server is called computer.domain.com, and the windows firewall is
turned on. The only ports that are ...RPC
Since having to repair my windows installation i am now getting these error
messages when i try to connect to my Exchange server:
A system component, RPC required by outlook to connect to the e-mail server
is not configured properly. for more information contact your system
What can i do the resolve this.
Do you have these registry keys?
I was asked the following question from one of our developers.
"Do we have RPC (remote procedure calls) setup with Exchange 2003 and
I am running Exchange 2003 SP1. How do I verify this?
If you have to ask your answer is probably no.
DDS W 2k MVP MCSE
"Tyson" <Tyson@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I was asked the following question from one of our developers.
> "Do we have RPC (remote proce...Install the security pack from the M$
Content-Type: multipart/related; boundary="bnxeiqenlnxok";
Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="fixqlmwzgbrgn"
this is the latest version of security update, the
"November 2003, Cumulative Patch" update which eliminates
all known security vulnerabilities affecting
MS Internet Explorer, MS Outlook and MS Outlook Express
as well as three newly discovered vulnerabilities.
Install...Exchange 2003 on Windows Server 2000 / RPC over HTTP
Just wanted to verify that Exchange Server 2003 SP2 is indeed supported on
Windows Server 2000 SP3 and above!
Additionally, want to verify that in order to use RPC over HTTP you need to
be running Windows Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2003 (read: that it will
not work on a WIN2000/EXCH2003 setup).
Cary W. Shultz
Roanoke, VA 24012
System Requirements for RPC over HTTP on Exchange Server 2003
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/exchange/guides/E2k3RPCHTTPDep/91dc76e8-e60f-4f9...OWA Security Port 80 or 443?
I have been having this discussion at work about what is the best way to
secure our clients Exchange servers. We all agree to use SSL, but they
insist on having both port 80 and 443 open. I say to close port 80 and only
allow port 443 to the exchange server for OWA. I am trying to find some
documenation to back up what I am saying if indeeed what I am saying is best
practice. Can someone help guide me and possibly give me some ammuntion to
go back to them with.
Thanks in advance.
Microsoft technet has this information in their webcast:
http://msevents.microsoft.com/c...RPC over HTTP #7
I have an Outlook 2003 client that is connecting to exchange server via RPC
over HTTP. Whenever Oultook is launched or an active sync is attempted with
the client, the user is prompted to enter a username and password. Is there
a way to turn this authentication off? Other systems on the network
configured for RPC over HTTP access are not prompting for authentication.
I'm puzzled by what is causing this.
Do you have the authentication set to Simple or NTLM?
Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]
Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact. All
unsolic...A couple of security questions related to the actual machine the POS is on.
Hello everyone. I have a few questions relating to security on the
actual machines that RMS POS is running on. Is there a way so that
people cannot ctrl-esc or press the windows function key to open the
start menu? I believe their is a registry hack to disable the windows
key as well as the ctrl-esc, but where i saw that information escapes
me. I know you can prevent the user from exiting the program or
acessing the windows task bar in one of the settings in RMS itself but
thats rather useless when the person can just as easily open the
windows start menu with a keyboard shortcut. I guess...RPC over HTTP and internal RPC access?
If I implement RPC over HTTP on an Exchange 2003 server do all the clients
have to be configured to use this option or will the clients that connect
through VPN or internally using previous versions of Outlook still be able
to connect? In other words, is the server still backward compatible once
the change is made on the server?
They will still be able to connect. RPC over HTTP requires client side
configs to get it to work right as well...
"Mike G." <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> If I implement RP...OWA security question #2
I am currently working with a company that accesses their mail via a larger
companies Exchange 2000 server.
Each site has a VPN connection in to the Head Office allowing web access to
their mail. For security reasons the Head Office want to remove all VPN's to
align with their company policy of using Citrix Secure Gateway.
All I want to do is prove to this bigger company that we don't need to spend
the money on 200 citrix/ts licenses and security keyfobs as we only want OWA.
Is their any documentation to support my thoughts on the following:
As I am only going to be con...RPC over HTTP #8
I use Outlook 2003 with SP2 on a windows XP SP2 laptop. I need to configure
it so that I can connect to a Small Business Server 2003 that has 15 other
users already using Exchange with RPC over HTTP. I configure the Exchange
over Internet settings the same as another laptop user but it always gives
me the response "Outlook could not logon.....Outlook must be online or
connected to complete this action". Any help is appreciated !
...rpc over https and Invalid name of server
i hope someone can help..
first I want to use rpc over https for a couple of users that all have 1
main server and that is it. They are running windows 2003 server and
exchange2003/sp1 along w/office 2003/sp3.
went thru hole process of all steps to get rpc over http working. Also I
created a internal standalone version of certificate server. Create
certificate with fqdn of exchange server. When i http if fails and will only
let me do https which is great. I also do the rpc test and it show correct. I
have followed all the steps and it listens on correct ports
6001,6002,6004...My certi...RPC vs. RPC Out for Linked Servers
When configuring a Linked Server the Server Options tab has check boxes for
RPC and RPC OUT. Can someone explain why you would or wouldn't need to
enable either of these options? Thanks!
Tom Ashby - Panam (Tom Ashby - Panam@discussions.microsoft.com) writes:
> When configuring a Linked Server the Server Options tab has check boxes
> for RPC and RPC OUT. Can someone explain why you would or wouldn't need
> to enable either of these options?
One of them, has no function at all, as far as I know. The other controls
whether you are permitted to make Remote Proce...RPC over HTTP Failing
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
I have a Win2003/Exchange 2003 (both standard edition) box behind our =
Netscreen firewall which I'd like to use for RPC over HTTP. I've =
followed the directions in the Exchange Server 2003 Deployment Guide but =
can't get Outlook to progress past the login screen. I keep giving it =
my credentials and it keeps prompting me for credentials.
a.. Server is single Exchange server, so there&...RPC Connections
I have been using exchange 2003 for a year with no problems. I just setup a
new server with SBS 2003. All is working well email and OWA. However we
wanted to give outside access to sync our smart phones and outlook on our
Laptops so I implemented the settings in the article “Implementing RPC over
HTTPS in a single ES2003 environment” from msexchange.org (SBS had done most
of them.) I can not get the 2003 outlook on my xp pro workstation to connect
it gives me: Action could not be completed connection unavailable outlook
must be online or connected. I think my issue is DNS My web doma...RPC over HTTP
I am trying to set up RPC over HTTP.
My configuration is fully compliant with the prerequisites.
Only one server running as a DC and Exchange Server (proxy AND back-end):
Win2K3 server SP1
Exchange 2003 Server SP2
Windows XP Pro SP2 fully patched
Microsoft Outlook 2003 SP2 fully patched
Certificate Server installed in the server
I did all the steps you can find on Microsoft Web Site and (in the great Jim
I made some test from another location on the Internet (in order to be sure
not to be using the LAN), but I can't either establish any proper