Exchange 2003

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We run Exchange 2003 and have 2 locations on different subnets. They are connected via p2p T1. All servers are at one location and domanin authentication is passed over the T. Clients running Outlook 03 in the remote office constantly disconnect from the server. If they ping it by name it reconnects. Clients on earlier versions of Outlook do not lose connection. Any ideas?

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Are you using Exchange Cached Mode on the 2003 Clients?

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  • Ntsandy
    I've tried both cached and uncached. I'm running both WINS and DNS. The other factor that I failed to mention is the clients running Outlook XP and 2000 are also running on W2K machines and the ones running Outlook 03 are all on XP machines.
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  • Kbinger
    This is kind of old school, but you may want to make an entry in the Host file and see if that clears up the issues. If it does we can eliminate some possibilities, and then fix the issue.
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  • Ajanders33
    This appears to me to be a network related issue. My first question would be to ask "Is there a GC in place at the remmote location?" Here is the URL http://www.isaserver.org/articles/outlookrpcdns.html to an article that I've found regarding Exchange/Outlook/DNS issues. Scroll down to the "Manually Configuring/Domain Configuration of the Client Computer?s Primary Domain Name" section of the article. Although these things might seem to be the obvious they can and are very often over looked by many. Also I would run the Netmon utility to possibly identify any network connectivity issues. I'll continue to search for possible solutions based on the information you've provided.
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