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RPC over HTTP Problem

I have Exchange 2003 Enterprize in my network. I want to configure RPC over HTTP. I have installed RPC over HTTP on same Exchange machine. This machine is also my Domain controller. Now question is that i have only that server. During RPC over HTTP enabling i am confused bcoz i have one server that is my backend server. I have no front end server.
My domain is abc.com but my SMTP traffic is mail.xyz.com. I want to know when i configure outlook over the internet how it authenticate my exchange server.  

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8/22/2022 - Mon

I guess RPC over HTTP requires you to enable Outlook Web Access and since you have AD user account, then you should use Basic Authentication from Outlook, it get authorized over OWA link https://SERVER/EXCHANGE

Also would be suggestible to have seperate AD/GC/Exchange Servers for better productivity in case if you need RPC/HTTP

Thanks for response.

I have already enabled OWA bcoz my network users  are using Web email from home. I want that they use Microsoft Outlook from home instead of IWA. For that i have installed RPC over HHTP service. Now i have only one server and tell me configuration on exchange system manager whether i need any front end server for RPC over HTTP bcoz when i select my server as backend server it prompts me there must be front end server.
My 2nd question was that whether it authenticate my server over the internet.
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