Missing RPC directory for Exchange 2007

Posted on 2007-07-23
Last Modified: 2011-09-20
I have a working OWA site, but I am missing the RPC virtual IIS directory.  I would like to set up RPC over HTTP and I think the missing RPC directory has a lot to do with it failing.  
Is there any way to recreate the RPC directory without having to completely recreate the entire Exchange/IIS configuration?

Question by:abenage
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    Accepted Solution

    you need to install the Rpc Proxy service which will install the rpc virtual directory

    then you can enable Outlook anywhere after that
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    Author Comment

    Thanks, that was it!  How can I determine if I am actually connecting using RPC over HTTP? I have been reading that Exchange 2003 has "Exchange Server Connection Status", but I do not seem to have that tool with Exchange 2007 and Outlook 2007...
    Any ideas?
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    Expert Comment

    It your using Outlook 2007 and Exchange 2007 you need to read my blog on Autodiscover


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