One of my customers asked to implement RPC over HTTP on their Exchange Server 2003 cluster. The customer only has a cluster, no other Exchange servers in their organization. One of the things I found out when implementing the SSL certificate is that the RPC virtual directory in IIS is not clusterized. Instead it's under the Default Web Site.
It shouldn't be any problem though if the service isn't highly available. I managed to configure the service, installing RPC proxy on the active node, configuring the Exchange Virtual Server as a RPC Back-End server, and I can authenticate when using Internet Explorer (displays a blank screen when I enter credentials in http://mycompany.com/rpc/rpcproxy.dll
However, from the Outlook 2003 client, I can't seem to connect through RPC over HTTPS, although I configured the client as I would normally do when configuring RPC/HTTP.
I read on Technet that RPC/HTTP on a cluster is not officially supported by Microsoft. What I would like to know is if anyone has got this implemented and working. Is this configuration at all possible?
Thanks in advance for your help.