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RPC Error from ISA 2004

Posted on 2007-07-31
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Last Modified: 2012-06-21
We are getting a recurring RPC error from our ISA Server in our head office. We run a Win Server 2003 enviroment with ISA Server 2004 SP2 and Exchange Server 2003. We have 8 offices located around the country which link to our central office via VPN's.

When we try to RDC to our ISA Server in our head office it comes up with an error stating it cannot log on due to an RPC error.

The event logs of this server also records the following event:

Event ID: 1219
Source: Winlogon

Logon rejected for SPARK\genius. Unable to obtain Terminal Server User Configuration. Error: The RPC server is unavailable.

Question by:sparkofgenius
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batmon34 earned 2000 total points
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What is user trying to access?  Using Outlook to access exchange email?

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