I have just finished installing a new SBS 2003 server at a client of mine.
Thinking back of what I used to do, following the Petri guide, to activate RPC over HTTPS, I re-read the article at :
It states the following :
– Click Start, point to Microsoft Exchange, and then click System Manager.
– Expand your organization, expand Administrative Groups > First Administrative Group > Servers.
– Right-click on your server name and select Properties.
– On the General tab, verify that you have SP1 installed.
Verify that a tab called RPC-HTTP is present.
– On the RPC-HTTP tab, click on RPC-HTTP Back-End Server.
– You might get an error:
Exchange System Manager
There is no RPC-HTTP front-end in your Exchange organization.
There must be at least one RPC-HTTP front-end server in the organization
before the RPC-HTTP back-end server can be accessed.
Acknowledge the error.
What I don’t understand is that when I set up an SBS 2003 server, that setting is set to “Not part of an Exchange managed RPC-HTTP topology”, but RPC over HTTPS simply works.
How come ?
Do I still need this setting ?
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