Http-RPC on a Domain with a Single Computer

Posted on 2006-05-30
Last Modified: 2010-03-06
I have 1 2003 exchange server that is also our Domain Server. At this point that is all our domain has on it. I would like to configure RPC-HTTP on it with out installing a second server.

Is this possilbe? If so How?

Question by:jui2ce
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    Very simple. You don't need a frontend or an ISA server, despite how Microsoft's documentation might read.

    I would recommend that you have a purchased SSL certificate. It makes the deployment so much easier.

    Otherwise it is a number of registry hacks.

    You need to make the change under the heading "Domain Controller Registry Changes - All Scenarios" and then the settings under "Single Server Installation".

    Get the SSL certificate first, and then do the registry changes.
    Get it working inside before you start trying from the Internet.


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