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Clients with RPC over HTTPS non exchanged mode receive server unavailable message after server reboot

Posted on 2008-10-16
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I have clients that I set up to use RPC over HTTPS in non Cached mode.  This was working fine until I rebooted the server.  Now I am getting all these calls about an erro stating the server is unavailable.  I enabled cached mode on a few of them and they connect fine again.  OWA works as well.  What happened and how do I get this working again, and always, with non cached exchange mode?
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Its possible you have latency issues when you online mode, you really should utilize cache mode as it increases  performance drasticsly.

If this was a non issue before the reboot, did you install patches or update network drivers before the reboot?
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I rebooted the server and everything was fine.  I checked the services before I rebooted and everything was started accordingly.  This one was a mystery...
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