HTTP Error 403.20 - Forbidden Passport logon failed rpc

Trying to setup Exchange 2003 sp2 and Outlook 2003 to use http over rpc on sbs 2003.  When i try to do it passport comes up and tries to make me login when i go to https://mail.mydomain.com/rpc and i am unable to get it to work. I was just trying to test it and this is the error i get.

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charles18602Asked:
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SembeeConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Check the /rpc virtual directory in IIS Manager and make sure that .net passport authentication is NOT enabled.
It should be integrated and basic authentication.

Simon.
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charles18602Author Commented:
Ok that got me past that part but now i get a login when i open outlook and no matter what i try it won't let me in.  i've tried it like this
domainname\username
username@domainname.com
username.  
Should this be a seperate question thean the one above?
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SembeeCommented:
The correct authentication should be

domain\username

Ensure that integrated authentication is enabled.
If the Outlook client is on the domain then you shouldn't get any authentication prompt.

Simon.
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charles18602Author Commented:
is it possible to have to many things enabled in IIS for exchange.
I have sbs 2003 and i just ordered a phone that has Mobile 5 on it so i can OMA and activesync it with exchange.  I also have owa enabled for my wifes use and then rpc enabled for me to travel with my laptop.  Since it is SBS it also has all of that companyweb stuff that it installs, it looks cool and i could use a few things for it but it is starting to become a headache for me to get everything to work.  As soon as i get one thing working another quits.  I don't know why it has to be so hard for this.  you don't know of any document that covers using all of this at the same time and how to configure it all do you.
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SembeeCommented:
Everything is supposed to "just work" with SBS. Trying to configure anything manually with SBS is not advised - as it tends to break things. You should use the wizards to configure everything in SBS.
As such I am not aware of anything that tells you have everything should be configured. There are various articles on microsoft.com, msexchange.org and my own web site at amset.info which cover the configuration for certain aspects - nothing overall that covers all aspects.

Simon.
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