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HTTPS OVER RPC - I have a separate exchange server (1) and separate domain controllers (many)

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I have seen many different instructions but am not sure which to follow how to configure rpc over https. I have 1 domain, my whole network is behind a firelwall. I have a separete exchange 2003 server  running sp2. Can someone point me to the configuration i need to follow...thanks.
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Mine?

http://www.amset.info/exchange/rpc-http.asp

You will need to decide which DC to use and put that in the registry settings. Or you can use multiple DCs in the registry, but remember to make the DC change on each DC.

Simon.
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