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  • Certificate enrollment failed – says RPC server unavailable

    I checked my logs in windows 2003 R2 and received the following error: certificate enrollment for local system failed to enroll for one Domain Controller certificate from (SERVER NAME). (RPC server unavailable 0×800706ba (win32: 1722))

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  • Ms Exchange Transport and MS exchange RPC client access services not starting

    I am using Exchange 2010. The MS Exhange Transport service and the MS exchande RPC client Access service are not running.  my users cannot connect to the exchange server using OUTLOOK 2007. When i open the Exchange management console , i get the error ' initialization failed'. what should do to...

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  • RPC server not available

    I have two domains, Li350.local and ens01.Li350.local. Each of them has a 2003 SP2 DC. Here is the result of dcdiag /test:dns /DnsBasic /e /v run insp5102000s (ens01.Li350.local DC). I have only kept the lines related with an error. Domain Controller DiagnosisPerforming initial setup:   ...

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  • RPC not available

    No way to send you a file ? It would be easier for you to read ! I have two domains, Li350.local and ens01.Li350.local. Each of them has a 2003 SP2 DC. Here is the result of dcdiag /test:dns /DnsBasic /e /v run on insp5102000s (ens01.Li350.local DC) Diagnosis Performing initial setup: * Verifying...

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  • AutoEnrollment; EventID 13

    I keep receiving this error in the event logs and have no idea how to interpret it: Automatic certificate enrollment for local system failed to enroll for one Domain Controller certificate (0x800706ba). The RPC server is unavailable. I checked microsoft's website but their description is vague.

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  • Troubleshooting OWA

    I have just configured a Windows SBS with RPC over HTTPS for Outlook access. You then configure Outlook client to use RPC over HTTPS to access the server. However, when I test Outlook from outside the company network, you get the error ‘There is no response from Outlook server’. I am very sure...

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  • File Replication Between Servers for AD

    I have three domain controllers and on one server I am receiving Event error 13508 messages which tells me the server is not replicationg. I tried a manual replication through Sites and Services and received a RPC server is unavailable. The server which is not working correctly is in a different...

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  • RPC over HTTPS in Exchange 2003

    I want to setup RPC proxy over HTTPS server in my exchange server. WE have taken following steps, but still not working. Present environment. Windows Domain Controller 2000 server - Active directory Windows 2003 server SP2 with Exchange 2003 Server service pack2 installed. We have now SSL...

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  • Outlook 2003 clients connectivity issues

    Hi, Ok here is the issue our outlook clients recieve errors "error connecting to (GC)" and "error trying to retrieve data from exchange server" We also have system hangs when opening other users calenders. This is not every user but a large amount of them. Usebase is around 1200 And our setup is a...

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  • Configure Outlook Anywhere and ActiveSync with a Linux Mailrelay

    Dear all, I am a member since long time with search Exchange, and they are really helping me with there solutions, now I am stuck in a point which is as follow: I got an exchange server which is having x.x.50.x ip, and a linux mail relay which is having x.x.50.x ip. I am trying to configure the...

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  • Remote RSOP gives RPC server unavailable

    Windows Small Business Server 2003. When I run Rsop from the Server against any client pc(all XP SP3) I get RPC Server Unavailable. Firewall is disabled, exceptions are allowed, all releated services are started. If I run rsop from a client machine against another client machine it works fine....

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  • Event ID:10010

    Not able to ping the machine with the hostname/Netbios name.

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  • XP Home with Outlook 2003 and Microsoft Exchange 2003

    i need to get outllok 2003 on xp home to connect to microsoft exhange 2003 .the rpc over http componet is missing in network services . how do i ad this component so that i can then activate this service

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  • Executing an AS/400 program within a MS Windows application

    What is the best method to execute an AS/400 program within a MS Windows application and have the AS/400 program return a result (parameter or result set) to that Windows application?

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  • RPC over HTTPS SBS2003

    Hi there. I have a problem with RPC over HTTPS. I have issued the certificate, it works fine. I can access exchange with web access from inside and outside the company. BUT when I try to use RPC in outlook I get the following error. "There is a problem with the proxy server's security certificate....

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  • What is the difference between using a rpc over http and OWA?

    What is the difference between using a rpc over http and OWA? Which one do you feel is more secure? Do OWA have some limitations to the outlook clients than rpc over http?

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  • Setting up RPC over HTTP

    We run a 2003 server with exchange 2003 ( one PC ). We have a leased line. Our router has an external IP which is nated to our servers internal IP. When we setup the remote outlook 2003 it won't connect to the exchange. We can load the SSL certificate and view the website in the "Default Web site "...

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  • RPC server unavailable

    I am trying to run a resultant set of policy (logging mode) on pc's here in the office so I can get an idea of where things stand from a patch management standpoint. I am unable to run RSOP on a small handful of pc's; it attempts to run and errors out, telling me to ensure that WMI is enabled on...

    Kfettig5 pointsBadges:
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