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Exchange 2013 outlook anywhere configuration

Posted on 2014-03-09
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Dear All,

  I have migrated to my email from Exchange 2010 to 2013 , I have two servers( SRV1, SRV2 )configured as DAG, I have enabled outlook anywhere in SRV1, my clients are using outlook 2007 and 2010, I have configured my outlook clients for RPC proxy, sometimes it works and sometimes it can not connect.

I have tested the connection using https://testconnectivity.microsoft.com and am getting the below..

Testing the Name Service Provider Interface (NSPI) on the Exchange Mailbox server.
  The NSPI interface was tested successfully.
 
 Additional Details
 
Elapsed Time: 9044 ms.  

 
 
 Test Steps
 
 Attempting to ping RPC endpoint 6004 (NSPI Proxy Interface) on server 533963c8-3ccb-470c-8326-0dafe4da529@mydomain.com.
  The endpoint was pinged successfully.
 
 Additional Details
 
 
 Testing NSPI "Check Name" for user user1@mydomain.com.
against server 543963c8-3ccb-470c-8226-03dafe4da529@mydomain.com.
 
  The test passed with some warnings encountered. Please expand the additional details.
   Tell me more about this issue and how to resolve it
 
 Additional Details
 
NspiBind returned ecNotSupported. This typically indicates that your server requires RPC encryption. The Microsoft Connectivity Analyzer will attempt the NSPI test again with encryption.

Elapsed Time: 4044 ms.  

 

 Testing NSPI "Check Name" for user myemail@mydomain.com.
against server 543963c8-3ccb-470c-8226-03dafe4da529@mydomain.com.
  Check Name succeeded.
 
even I noticed that my outlook users is configured to connect a long server name like 543963c8-3ccb-470c-8226-03dafe4da529@mydomain.com, please advise.



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Question by:ITMaster1979
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nashim khan earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Please go by the below article and confirm all the settings are correct or not.

http://4sysops.com/archives/outlook-anywhere-for-exchange-2013/

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