Trying to get RPC over HTTP working on a single server. Single server is also a Domain Controller

I have Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Enterprise SP2 running on Windows 2003 Server Standard.  I have configured the registry and applied permissions in IIS in accordance with Microsoft's deployment guide.  No matter what I do, I get the 401.3 Error in my browser when I try to browse to https://servername/rpc.  

I have a valid certificate from digicert.  Any suggestions?
Thanks
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SyncromindCommented:
hi,
that is a denied permission error. So the first step is to check all procedures.
it can be a little awfull, but check all the steps. Of all guides that I followed every time that i tried to set up RCP over http/ https, this ones are the bests:
Step 1:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998125.aspx

Step 2:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124892.aspx

Step 3:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998910.aspx
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VMAXDAWGAuthor Commented:
Hey - I just had the opportunity to get back in and start working on this.  I have been through all of those Microsoft KB articles.  I triple-checked all of my settings.  before I submitted my request.  Whatever was causing the issue disappeared.  I haven't made any modifications, but now my RPC-HTTPS is working fine.

I'm scratching my head, but am happy to say that it is working perfectly.

Thanks for the quick response.
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