I know this may sound like a obvious question
But does the new user have a new local Profile?
or are you trying to use the old users profile?
If it is a new profile.
I assume there isn't any AV or Firewall stopping things?
I also assume in IE you can go to https://mail.yourdomain.com/exchange
and get no Certificate Warning.
Can you login with your ID and get RPC Over HTTPSto work?
If so, then Delete the users Local Profile (Not just the Outlook one)
Recreate a local profile, recreate an outlook profile and reconfigure RPC
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"Netwod" <jerome@newsgroup> wrote in message
> - If this is not the correct area to post this question, please let me
> know and I will head elsewhere -
> I have a client with SBS2003, and several client notebooks happily
> running Outlook 2003 via RPC over HTTP. One particular machine which
> was also working happily with User A has been handed to User B, and no
> matter what I try I can't get Outlook over the Internet to work.
> As others are working OK, I believe the server side is set up
> I have deleted and reinstalled the Security Certificate, added the RPC
> registry keys under HK Local User because they did not exist where
> they should.
> When I run Outlook.exe /rpcdiag the Exchange Server Connection Status
> window is blank / zilch / nothing! So this must be pointing to my
> problem, but what is it that is wrong when the settings in Outlook are
> exactly what the guide and various articles state.
> Suggestions please?