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Cannot Get Outlook 2007 RPC over HTTPS to work with Exchange 2003 SP2

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Hi,

Have been running Exchange 2003 SP2 with Outlook 2003 clients using RPC over HTTPS and it's been working great. I can setup clients on the LAN or off the LAN and it all works always. I can also use web mail over HTTPS without issue and have a valid CA.

I recently tried introducing Outlook 2007 into the LAN and for remote users and cannot get it to work. I configured 2007 in the same fashion as 2003, but it always tells me the Exchange Server is unavailable. I read a bunch of MS docs about Outlook Anywhere and the Office Customization Tool and can't get anywhere. Anyone have any ideas what I need to do? Thanks!
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Yes! The registry change did it! You rock! It's a bummer because I read all of the Petri stuff, but manually edited the registry and missed something. Thanks!
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