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Connect an Outlook 2003 client to an Exchange 2003 server protected by firewall

please help answer this..and explain why!
Question: Which one of the following choices is NOT a way to successfully connect an Outlook 2003 client to an Exchange 2003 server protected by firwall that allows port 25, 80, and 443 access to the server?
a. RPC connection by Exchange server name using a VPN on a local LAN
b. Offline with RAS dialup access to the business network for updates
c. RPC Connection to the server's public IP address
d. RPC Connection by Exchange servername using a VPN across the Internet\
e. RPC over HTTPS across the public Internet

thx..:)
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Shwe
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Shwe
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Glen KnightCommented:
E would be the way to go because RPC over HTTPS allows for a secure connection to the exchange server using port 443

is this am exam question or revision or similar?

I am not sure if we are supposed to answer these perhaps you could provide some more detail about what your studying so that we could point you in the right direction to learn this information?
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Justin OwensITIL Problem ManagerCommented:
This sounds like an exam question, and more than one of your options are possible solutions, depending on the client's needs.  Like demazter said, we are not here to answer exam questions, though.  If you let us know what you are studying, we can recommend some learning resources for you.

Justin Owens, MCITP
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