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Can RPC over HTTP be Accomplished w/out Front End/Back End Architecture?

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I know that this is not recommended, but I have this in a lab and am trying to demonstrate the capabilites so that I can get the budget to move on with Front End/Back End architecture. Is is possible to TEST Outlook without that? I have OWA via https working now so I am just a few steps away.
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Yes.
The way that Microsoft have everything written makes it look like you have to use FE/BE, but it can be done on a single server. I am not aware of it being "not recommended". SBS does it for example and I have dozens of sites doing it.

You have to make the registry changes manually. These are well documented in various places, like on my web site at http://www.amset.info/exchange/rpc-http.asp

Simon.
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Many Thanks. We are very small company and I have virtually "NO" budget for anything else at this time.
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