OutLook Anywhere not connecting

I activated Outlook Anywhere in Exchange 2010, was able to setup on Outlook 2013 for myself and another network admin
I am unable to complete for any new users, will not connect to Exchange
I have tried on two Laptops, one W 7 and one W 8; am able to setup my account with no problem
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Addy NadiaExpertCommented:

I think you must know how to configure the Outlook anywhere in Exchange 2010,

If not, then please refer below link, that shows how to configure Outlook Anywhere in exchange 2010


cookd47Author Commented:
Client Configuration was not the issue; we open a Microsoft Case; there were both AD and IIS Security problems that prevented Outlook Anywhere from connecting properly

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cookd47Author Commented:
Had to use Microsoft Support to solve this issue
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