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I have noticed an interesting peculiarity in Outlook 2003 using RPC over HTTP. I have Outlook 2003 on two different computers. One computer is in a office and is in a domain (not the same domain as the Exchange server), the other computer is in a home and is not in a domain. Both are running XP Pro and have same service packs and Q331320. Both are set to connect to the same remote Exchange 2003 server (2K3 SBS) using RPC over HTTP. Here's the big difference, the Outlook 2003 on the computer in a domain (again, a different domain ...

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    Default RPC over HTTP in domain vs. not in a domain

    I have noticed an interesting peculiarity in Outlook 2003 using RPC over
    HTTP. I have Outlook 2003 on two different computers. One computer is in a
    office and is in a domain (not the same domain as the Exchange server), the
    other computer is in a home and is not in a domain. Both are running XP Pro
    and have same service packs and Q331320. Both are set to connect to the same
    remote Exchange 2003 server (2K3 SBS) using RPC over HTTP.

    Here's the big difference, the Outlook 2003 on the computer in a domain
    (again, a different domain than the remote Exchange server) has the ability
    to see the permissions tab on objects like Calendars, Mailboxes, Contacts,
    Public folders etc. The Outlook 2003 at home (not in any domain) does not
    show the permissions tab on any items (as in... right-click > Properties >
    Permissions). So sharing my calendar, contacts etc.from my home computer is
    not possible.

    My best guess is that has something to do with the domain /non-domain
    situation, missing AD attributes or something like that. (though it may be
    unrelated and just a bug on my home pc)

    What gives? Is this a known limitation? How can I give my home PC the
    ability to set Permissions without joining a domain?

    Ken



    AdminKen Guest

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    Default Re: RPC over HTTP in domain vs. not in a domain

    Make sure Outlook is not set to Work Offline; File-> Work Offline
    Also make sure that the Exchange Extensions are enabled;
    Tools-> Options-> tab Other-> button Advanced Options...-> button Add-In
    Manager...

    --
    Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
    [url]www.howto-outlook.com[/url]

    Tips of the month:
    -Backup and Restore
    -Create an Office XP CD slipstreamed with Service Pack 3

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    "AdminKen" <spammicrosoft.com> wrote in message
    news:eoZ62SCXEHA.2004TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
    >I have noticed an interesting peculiarity in Outlook 2003 using RPC over
    > HTTP. I have Outlook 2003 on two different computers. One computer is in a
    > office and is in a domain (not the same domain as the Exchange server),
    > the
    > other computer is in a home and is not in a domain. Both are running XP
    > Pro
    > and have same service packs and Q331320. Both are set to connect to the
    > same
    > remote Exchange 2003 server (2K3 SBS) using RPC over HTTP.
    >
    > Here's the big difference, the Outlook 2003 on the computer in a domain
    > (again, a different domain than the remote Exchange server) has the
    > ability
    > to see the permissions tab on objects like Calendars, Mailboxes, Contacts,
    > Public folders etc. The Outlook 2003 at home (not in any domain) does not
    > show the permissions tab on any items (as in... right-click > Properties >
    > Permissions). So sharing my calendar, contacts etc.from my home computer
    > is
    > not possible.
    >
    > My best guess is that has something to do with the domain /non-domain
    > situation, missing AD attributes or something like that. (though it may be
    > unrelated and just a bug on my home pc)
    >
    > What gives? Is this a known limitation? How can I give my home PC the
    > ability to set Permissions without joining a domain?
    >
    > Ken
    >
    >
    >

    Roady [MVP] Guest

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