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RPC over Http

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Can you run RPC over HTTP on a single exchange 2003 standard sever?  Everything I read says that you have to use a front end sever for rpc over http.
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No you can run it just fine
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Here is an excellent guide to follow.

http://www.petri.co.il/configure_rpc_over_https_on_a_single_server.htm

Make sure you are using a real certificate

I purchase mine with www.rapidssl.com

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You are probably reading the 'Microsoft' way if doing it. Certainly for a big scalable enterprise solution Front/Back End architecture is the way to go but plimaias is spot on. Follow Petri and you should be right

Rob

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Petri coil delivers a fine guide indeed.
But for the certificate part. You don't need an expensive certificate from rapidssl or others.
You can use your own certificate server but just make sure the name on the certificate matches the FQDN. like mail.company.com.
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