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OCS using rpc over http

Posted on 2009-05-11
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Is it possible to configure an OCS server to use rpc over http. I am needing to research to see if this is even possible. Have a user that wants to be able to use Windows Messenger (we only allow our users to IM within the company) on his cable connection with out having to sign in using the VPN.

If possible, is there any documentation on how to do it?

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Question by:wendelina
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well, its not rpc/http....
you can setup an edge server and allow remote user connectivity over SSL....
to do this, simply setup an edge server and configure as required - tis all in the documentation.
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