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RDP over HTTP error - The connection to the Microsoft Exchange Server is unavailable

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The error above appears after requesting the user's password.  When running rpcdiag it never seems to get past connect to directory.  I have done everything I can find in the other posts outlining how to setup RPC.  RWW works fine so it's not a port issue (from what I've read).  The user does have access to RWW and Outlook Web.

When I try a straight login through https://mydomain.com/rpc I don't get any certificate errors but I do get "HTTP Error 401.3 - Unauthorized: Access is denied due to an ACL set on the requested resource." after the third try logging in.

Here are the variables so that we can confirm that I have everything correct:
work.mycompany.com = exchange server
work.mycompany.com is listed on certificate
internal domain is mycompany.local
servername is a variation of mycompany

I  have been entering the username as mycompany\user.

Please help!
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