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Outlook RPC does not accept username password

Posted on 2010-09-20
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Hi i have set up Outlook over RPC with a certificate from the CA on the server (SBS/Exchange 2003). I have used the URL https://name.companydomainname.co.uk/certsrv to install the certificate. The certificate installs correctly I beleive because when i use https://name.companydomainname.co.uk/exchange i do not receive any certificate errors.

However when i use Outlook it appears to connect but it does not accept username@domain.local and password. I have the same issue on 2 setups, so i am guessing i am missing a tickbox configuration step somewhere?

Many thanks in advance.
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by:smartsid
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Can you try basic authentication in outlook ?
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by:FattyPo
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Hi it is set to basic Authentication
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Hi i have fixed the issue i had ticked the digest authetication and not basic authentication in RPC\Properties\authentication and access control under default website in IIS. restarted the services now all working.
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by:R. Andrew Koffron
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use windows accoutn without the @

Domain.local\USERNAME
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by:R. Andrew Koffron
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umm somtimes it's

USERNAME

somtimes
DOMAIN\USERNAME

somtimes
Domain.local(com)\USERNAME

I've never been able to figure out why there is a variation in SBS server, but it's always the Windows account _not_ the email address onSBS  HTTP over RPC setup
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by:FattyPo
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The issue was resolved as per my post
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by:FattyPo
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It fixed the issue
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