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Outlook Anywhere autopopulating  client systems, even when it is disabled! help!

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Hello Everyone, RPC over HTTP Exchange 2007 is auto populating clients even when i have disabled it. I need help resolving this one team.

I do not want RPCoverHTTP activated on any workstation right now. How can i disable this and lock it down...

Thank you
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Question by:jaesoul
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by:Mestha
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How exactly did you disable Outlook Anywhere?
When did you disable it?

If you run

get-outlookanywhere what does it show?

Simon.
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by:jaesoul
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i used: disable-outlookanywhere in the command shell

when I run get-outlookanywhere it shows with nothing, just skips to next command prompt.
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That means Outlook Anywhere is disabled, so the clients will be unable to connect even if they do have the settings. Is Outlook Anywhere continuing to work?

Simon.
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by:jaesoul
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Simon,

OWA is not working, which is right, however the settings in the outlook clients are still auto populated, which creates a password prompt when they are off the network. I need  these settings disabled in Outlook, and stay disabled.

Something is re enabling them, even with RPC/HTTPs enabled.
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by:Mestha
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Have you done an Autodiscover test to see what is actually coming from Exchange?
Start Outlook 2007, hold down CTRL while you right click on the Outlook icon and choose Test Email Auto Configuration. Disable the second and third option, then enter an email address on your domain only and then test.

Does that hand out HTTP settings?

Simon.
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TY will try this next and post results
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