Need some help with this,
Our domain got one Exchange2k3srv,one dc srv, and 3 member srv. No ISA (not my call).
some questions first:
I have read alot of articles about implemet RPC o https, but I got troubble decide the article to follow.
If I only got one Exchage srv, is it classified as a Back-end server ?
On properties on the exchange server object in ESM there is a RPC o https tab, Do I need to change this ?
Do I need do change the registy ?(I have not done that) or is it just for sp1 servers?
What I did so far:
installed rpc proxy on exchange2k3 srv.
installed 3-party ssl serct,configuerd IIS (RPC to use basic auth. ssl 128-bit)
opend firewall to port 443.
Tried the connection according to Microsoft:
Alternatively, you can use the Web browser to locate the Rpcproxy.dll file that is hosted in the RPC virtual directory. To do this, follow these steps:1. On the client computer, start Internet Explorer, type the URL of the Rpcproxy.dll file that is hosted in the RPC virtual directory in the Address list, and then click Go.
For example, type https://mail.contoso.com/rpc/rpcproxy.dll
, and then click Go.
2. When you are prompted for your credentials, type your user name in the UNC format (domain\username), type your password, and then click OK.
You see a blank page in your browser together with a lock icon in the Internet Explorer status bar.
And that Worked!
But when i Use Outlook 2003, It will go so far as want my username/pass.
After that I will get: could not contact exchange server.
what to do?