Im configuring RPC over HTTPS but it is not getting through. Basically I have done the following:
1. This is a single Exchange Server scenario
2. Got a certificate from a third party
3. Installed it on Exchange
4. Got OWA enabled with https and thats working fine
5. RPC components is installed on my Exchange server
6. Configuration on Exchange is as per the book
Registry Settings for RPC/HTTP:
Global Catalog (GC) Sever:
1. Check the following registry key on the GC and make sure that it is in place:
-- Type: REG_MULTI_SZ
-- Name: NSPI interface protocol sequences
-- Value: ncacn_http:6004
2. GC has been rebooted once this key was put.
Exchange Mailbox Server:
Verify the following registry keys if all the ports got added by Exchange automatically:
-- Type: REG_DWORD
-- Name: Rpc/HTTP Port
-- Value: 0x1771 (Decimal: 6001)
-- Type: REG_MULTI_SZ
-- Name: ValidPorts
Host file entry is done on Exchange Server
I have a allow rule on ISA server that permits traffic from the public IP
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