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sbs 2008 rpc valid ports

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I have a rpc proxy that had no valid ports listed in the registry. So exchange remote connectivity analizer would fail. I entered the [server name:port number;and the fqdn:port number] in the regestry and it works fine for a little while. i check the registry and find the valid port string is blank again. Where shoud this entry be put in on exhange manager 2007?
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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You shouldn't be modifying that yourself. It is all handled by Exchange.
I would suggest that you disable Outlook Anywhere, wait 15 minutes for the event log to appear in the event view to confirm, then enable again.

You may have to run the fix my network wizard afterwards to get SBS to sort itself out.

Simon.
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