MS Exchange and ISA Server HTTP over RPC

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Exchange 2003
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I Have recently setup http over rpc on exchnage 2003 and have opened the ports for netbios and for the fqdn on the exchnage server. I have published the secure webserver and called it RPC over HTTP as indciated. I can obtian mail via OWA externally . My problem is when i setup oulook client 2007 to connect via rpc over http then it asked for athentication and i type username@domain.co.za and the password but when I click on ok it keeps prompting me for authentication, I have an idea this has to do with the authentication set on IIS am I right? Any ideas would be apprecaited. JLaskey

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Here’s one of the best tutorials I have seen about <a href=”http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/Publishing-Exchange-2007-OWA-Exchange-ActiveSync-RPCHTTP-using-2006-ISA-Firewall-Part1.html”>publishing Outlook Anywhere using ISA 2006</a>. One of the best troubleshooting tasks you can do is watch the ISA logs when trying to use OA. It can tell you sometimes where the problem actually lies.

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