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Can you still run RPC over SSL to your remote outlook clients without running OWA

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We would like to shut down OWA access to our exchange servers, but are wondering if it will break RPC over SSL on the few outlook remote clients we have.  I have not been ableto find a definative answer.
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OWA uses the OWA Virtual Directory in the default website and RPC over HTTPS use the RPC and Exchange Virtual Directories, so shutting off OWA will not effect RPC over HTTPS.
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It will not break RP over https. OWA is independent from outlook anywhere
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