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We are looking to test the new Office Communications 2007 R2 and I have installed the Enterprise edition and we are not interested in attaching it to the outside world at the moment.
I have the ability now to add users and connect to the server and we have chat and Presence but none of the multi part meeting parts will work.
If we try to have a 3 party meeting it fails and if we try the meet now button it fails as well.
I get this in the event log after a failed meeting:
An HTTP application request sent to an Mcu or Service timed-out. Requests will be retried but if this error continues to occur functionality will be affected.

Url: https://jmpool01.jayman.com:444/LiveServer/MCUFactory/
Cause: Network issues, non-provisioned MCU or non-functional MCU.
Resolution:
Ensure that the Service is provisioned and functioning correctly. If any network related errors are reported by the Service ensure that they are resolved.
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Goto the global settings, and modify the default meeting policy.  It is probably set to not allow web conferences by default.

Did you run the validation wizard? If so post the results.

Jay
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Make sure 8057 port and required ports needs to be opened for that funtionality.

Check out : (http://theucguy.wordpress.com/2009/02/25/ocs-r2-updates-about-the-firewall-requirements-for-external-user-access/)
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I found the problem was due to a error in the SSL cert, even though I requested the alternate names in the SSL Request they were not included in the final cert. Once this was fixed and the Alternate server names were in the Cert then things worked out.
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Thanks for the response guys.
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