Exchange 2003 and Outlook anywhere setup

We have Exchange 2003 and I am trying to figure out how to configure Outlook anywhere for a couple of users on Outlook 2007.

I dont think I have it installed. How would I verify ?

Are there any documents on how to configure it?

I just added a SSL Certificate to Exchange , will his affect it by configuring it?
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Larry LarmeuPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
Exchange 2003 called this "RPC Over HTTP."  This article covers implementation:

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Implementing-RPC-over-HTTPS-single-Exchange-Server-2003-environment.html
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MECITAuthor Commented:
I see a Rpc and RpcwithCert in IIS Manager.
If i have the SSL cert , would I use the RPCwithCert virtual directory.
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MECITAuthor Commented:
Do I need to make the regristry change if I only have one exchange server?
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Larry LarmeuPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
Yes, you still want to make the registry changes.
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MECITAuthor Commented:
Which virtual Directory do I use?

Rpc or RpcwithCert
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Larry LarmeuPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
Are you going to use SSL?
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MECITAuthor Commented:
yes
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Larry LarmeuPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
Then use rpcwithcert
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MECITAuthor Commented:
when I modify the the rpc proxy in the registry, do I enter it like this

server1:6001-6002,server1.medinaec.org:6001-6002 and so on

I also do not see the the NTDS on the Exchange Server registry.
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MECITAuthor Commented:
I found the NTDS on our Primary DNS Server. Is this where I make the change?

Do I need to do this on our Secondary DNS Server?
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MECITAuthor Commented:
I use mail.medinaec.org for owa.

Could I use the same when trying to configure in outlook or would I need to use server1.medinaec.org?

When I use the mail.medinaec it asks for  a password and then does not rconnect?
If I use the server1 it trys to connects and then disconnects it goes into this loop.

Any suggestions?
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Larry LarmeuPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
NTDS is done on the domain Controller, which may be dns as well.  As far as the URL goes, if mail.medinaec can be accessed then you should be able to use it.  If you can't authenticate it may not be interfacing with your DC.
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MECITAuthor Commented:
It still will not connect. Why would it not authenticate with the DC? How do I check that?
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MECITAuthor Commented:
in the rpcproxy  registry change ,instead of putting server1 should I put mail.medinaec :60041-6002 and so on.
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MECITAuthor Commented:
Do I need to restart IIS?
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MECITAuthor Commented:
I got it to work. I went through the steps again with the link you gave me.
I missed some steps.
I also used this video
  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JpXPIAJQQe4 
thanks.
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