Top 10 KBs for Exchange Server Mobility


Topic Last Modified: 2009-08-03

Published: December 01, 2004

Got a question about troubleshooting or configuring remote procedure call over HTTP (RPC over HTTP), your mobile devices, Outlook Mobile Access, Exchange ActiveSync, or other mobility features in Microsoft Exchange Server 2003? Explore the ten most popular mobility-related Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB) articles to find the answers:

  1. 833401, How to Configure RPC over HTTP in Exchange Server 2003

    Get a thorough understanding of single-server configuration, including requirements, recommendations, and troubleshooting tips.

  2. 817379, Exchange ActiveSync and Outlook Mobile Access errors occur when SSL or forms-based authentication is required for Exchange Server 2003

    Find out about the symptoms, cause, and two procedures for possible resolution.

  3. 322956, Sample to Add Root Certificates to Pocket PC 2002

    Download the AddRootCert.exe sample application to add root certificates to the Pocket PC 2002 device.

  4. 331953, Flaw in RPC endpoint mapper could allow Denial of Service attacks

    Get an update to help protect your Microsoft Windows XP and Windows 2000 operating systems.

  5. 841060, How to add root certificates to Windows Mobile 2003 Smartphone and to Windows Mobile 2002 Smartphone

    Follow a procedure or download sample scripts for Exchange Server 2003, Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 for Smartphone, Microsoft Smartphone 2002, and Microsoft Mobile Information Server 2002 Enterprise Edition.

  6. 826486, You cannot use RPC over HTTP with a proxy automatic configuration script

    Help resolve your Internet connection problems caused by Microsoft Office Outlook 2003.

  7. 826382, How to Disable DCOM Support in RPC over HTTP

    Enhance your security by modifying the registry if DCOM support is not required on your RPC over HTTP servers.

  8. 838191, List of Remote Procedure Call (RPC) fixes in Windows XP Service Pack 2 and in Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005

    Learn about the issues and update scenarios that were addressed.

  9. 820281, You must provide Windows account credentials when you connect to Exchange Server 2003 by using the Outlook 2003 RPC over HTTP feature.

    Avoid being prompted for your user account credentials even if you are logged on by setting the LmCompatibilityLevel on your client or by configuring your Outlook profile to use NLTM authentication.

  10. 822594, Remote RPC Over HTTP Is Not Successful or Reverts to TCP

    Find out how you can resolve an issue caused by a server-based certificate that is issued to a different server than the one to which you are trying to connect.