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New Exchange Server. Issues connecting via VPN and RPC over HTTPS isn't working.

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New Exchange Server. Issues connecting via VPN and RPC over HTTPS isn't working.

Via VPN, all firewall ports are open and I can ping the server. I can't understand why Outlook will not comunicate with the server.

Via HTTPS/RPC, outlook doesn't communicate; however, outlook is setup, the cert is installed on the server.
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by:PurpleWine
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I'm no expert just so you know, but I ran into this problem and found I had to go into active directory, select the properties of the user, select dial-in, then click 'allow access"  

Might not be the problem. But I thought it was funny when I found that out :)

Good luck!
Darren
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This is set to allow. Thanks
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Ignoring VPN. I can't understand why outlook won't connect to the exchange server over RPC/HTTPS. This is driving me nuts.
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And now OWA won't open.
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