ISA 2k4 RPC/HTTP using Exchange 2k3

Posted on 2006-05-09
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
Hi Experts,

My question is specific to the title.  I am enabling the rpc/http and have a quick question concerning ISA2k4.  I know  changes must be made on the Exchange server to enable the RPC/HTTP.  One of which I am making is limiting the ports utilized by RPC on the Exchange server.  My question is :  What changes should be made on the Domain Controller (global catalogue server)?  Should I add the RPC/HTTP in the under networking in add/rem programs and change ports there as well?  Should I also run the RPCcfg.exe commands on the domain controller?  Should I do anything else on the domain controller?  Thank you.

Question by:Sp0cky
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    Sorry its a link but it covers the whole walk through

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    PS Hopefully MS will not realise that they have spelt Exchange wrong in the URL or this link will stop working in the future :)
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