Howto enable https outlook-web-access?
Does anybody know a small tutorial which descibes howto enable https-access
to the outlook-web-access feature?
Thank you in advance, lg John
On Wed, 4 May 2005 00:36:04 -0700, "John"
>Does anybody know a small tutorial which descibes howto enable https-access
>to the outlook-web-access feature?
>Thank you in advance, lg John
I'll send you to the complete article:
though you might not need it all for your setup.
Tha...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...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....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
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...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...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...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...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
Moreover, in...RPC Proxy Server and RPC over HTTPS
I want to send you the log results of RPCDUMP tool on the
RPC Proxy Server (also front-end Exchange server).
Is it normal that IsListening for ncacn_http is always
NO? That is strange for me. If RPC proxy server does not
listen on this port, how can he accept and forward the
requests to back-end Exchange server?
Perhaps because of that I have connectivity problem
between RPC over HTTPS-Client and Exchange Server?
My RPC over HTTPS access functions well in internal
network, not from external to internal.
Annotation:MS...Outlook 2003 over rpc/https
I cannot get Outlook 2003 using RPC/HTTPS. I performed 833401 completely but
it still tries to open port 135 on Exchange, I've found by netstat. Why it
doesn't even try to open port 443?
I use single server, as it described in 833401. I mentioned I've performed
833401 completely, so I have RPC/HTTP proxy and certificate installed. I
have reply from https://server/rpc/ as it described in 833401. I have OWA
and OMA working fine. But it doesn't matter because Outlook even doesn't try
to open port 443, although I configured mail profile to ...RPC Error
When attempting to run the executable, I get the
following error message... "A system componant, RPC,
required by Outlook to connect to the e-mail server, is
not configured properly." I checked the RPC services and
everything appears to be running fine. This error is
coming up on many of my clone machines. Any ideas?
first when i read this i think "Trojaner or Virus"
Please check for it.
Cause the Loveson kill the RPC Service.
>When attempting to run the executable, I get the
>following error message... "A system c...Help with RPC.
I need to write a program that interfaces to a Unix box with RPC. I don't
know much about RPC. Is there a RPC compiler that comes with Visual C++? If
not, where do I get one? Does anyone have an overview that describes how to
interface to RPC using Visual C++?
I am using Visual C++ version 6.
You could try O'Reilly - "Power Programming with RPC". It's been 10+ years
since I did PC <-> Unix RPC stuff though ...
"DecafCoffeeDrinker" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I need to wri...RPC over HTTP (RPC proxy server must have Exchange 2003 installed?)
Can someone please confirm the following:
If RPC over HTTP is deployed using front-end/back-end servers, the front-end
server also has to have Exchange 2003 installed on it and configured as a
front-end server? The RPC over HTTP proxy can't just be a Windows 2003
server running the RPC over HTTP proxy component, no Exchange installed? I
ask because I see you need Exchange on all boxes involved with the RPC
deployment, but others I talk to think you don't need Exchange installed on
the RPC proxy machine in a front-end/back-end setup. Please confirm. Thanks.
It would be possi...RPC latency
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
I have a client who just started having an issue with exchange 2003 with =
outlook 2003 on an SBS03 server box.
Yesterday afternoon everyone started getting the message "trying to =
retrieve data from server" balloons.
I rebooted the server which did not fix the problem.
I have no messages/errors in the event logs.
The problem is still occurring.
In Perfmon, my averaged l...RPC
I've been battling with Certificates & OWA & OMA & SSL and all sorts.
Everything is now up and running except RPC over HTTPS.
When I launch outlook in /rpcdiag mode it all looks good (although I'm not
really sure what it should look like).
Several connections are made and then I'm left with two connections stating:
Exchang01 Directory HTTPS Established 5/4 390
Exchang01 Directory HTTPS Established 5/4 31
From time to time other lines come up with Mail instead of Directory.
However, I still can't synchronise my mailbox...Can I limit Outlook rpc over http access to just a few users?
I'm probably overlooking something obvious.
My customer has 10 users but wants only 2 of them to be able to use Outlook-Anywhere from outside
SBS 2k3, mix of Outlook 2k3 and 2k7
Any pointers greatly appreciated!
[Please delete the "x" from my email address]
"Frank B Denman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message =
> Hi Folks,
> I'm probably overlooking som...RPC over HTTP #2
Is this the right place for this question?
Configuring RPC/HTTP on a single Exchange server but it is not a GC.
Configure the Exchange server registry in rpcproxy section with
valid ports: exch_serverNetB:593;exch_serverFQDN:593;exch_serverNetB:6001-6002;exch_serverFQDN:6001-6002;exch_serverNetB:6004;exch_serverFQDN:6004;
Configure GC (1 & 2) server registry in NTDS section
NSPI interface protocol sequences: ncacn_http:6004
Outlook 2003 is configured properly
During local connection, the connection status is on...RPC over HTTP: Client is not authorized to ping RPC proxy
I have a single Exchange server configured as back-end, authentication is
NTLM without SSL.
When I try to connect the outlook client via RPC over HTTP within my
intranet I get asked for credentials over and over again.
Using utility RPCping results in error 401 - "Client is not authorized to
ping RPC proxy". User credentials used in rpcping are from administrator's
account from the same server.
Did anyone else run into this problem before? How to troubleshoot this?
Where the problem might be?