I have a SBS 2003 (SP1) server at home on which I have been trying to setup RPC over HTTP according to several guides (www.petri.co.il
I have so far:
1) Updated exchange to SP2 (mainly for IMF)
2) Installed a certificate which matches the MX record for my domain
3) Configured the RPC virtual directory in IIS to use basic authentication and require SSL
4) Made the required registry changes (see below)
5) Selected RPC-HTTP Back-End Server in Exchange system manager
6) Configured a new outlook profile for HTTP
7) Forwarded ports 80 & 443 on the router to the SBS 2003 server
The servername is - MYSERVER
The domain is - MYDOMAIN.LOCAL
The MX record is - MAIL.MYDOMAIN.COM
I have configured the registry thusly:
In the new outlook profile, I added an exchange server account to 'MYSERVER' entered my username and configured the HTTP section to connect via https://mail.mydomain.com with basic authentication.
When Outlook starts, it wont connect.
I can navigate to https://mail.mydomain.com/rpc and a username and password box appears, when I enter my credentials I get:
You are not authorized to view this page
You do not have permission to view this directory or page due to the access control list (ACL) that is configured for this resource on the Web server.
1) Is the above correct
2) Why wont it work!!??!!