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Posted on 2011-02-21
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hello
i have four brances woth one exchange server on the hq also i have aditional domain in exchange branch
which is fine use rpc over http or use the normal connection between exchange and outlook?
thanks.
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by:youngstr11
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If you have a site to site VPN connection the normal one will work just fine. If you are publishing it to internet then use the http over ssl for users to connect.
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by:Akhater
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OK can we go over the setup again ?

You have 4 branches and only ONE exchange server in the HQ right ?

what kind of connectivity do you have between your branches ?
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by:aminbaik
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ghdsl :)
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by:Akhater
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honestly both would do, since you have a domain controller in the branches then i take it you have some kind of vpn between them, in that case both would work
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by:aminbaik
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yes but it's a backup solution if i have a problem on vpn :) conection
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if you dont have vpn then rpc over http is the only solution
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