Updating nrpt direct access settings error
But I tried everything that you mentioned and also tried everything from this article: still didn't fix the issue.
I am now thinking about performing a clean installation of the server and start fresh. Thanks Also, I have the Microsoft IP-HTTPS Platform Adapter listed in my Device Manager.
Hi, With Exchange 2013 deployments already in place, I’ve wanted to share with you all some “new” behaviors, tips and more to help you prevent headaches and issues 🙂 With regards to two previously posts – Prevent Outlook Anywhere (aka RPC over HTTP) from being automatically configured in Exchange 2007 with autodiscover and also Authentication pop ups and annoyances with Exchange 2007 / 2010 and Outlook Anywhere – this post is some sort of a follow-up.
With Exchange 2013, Outlook Anywhere (aka RPC over HTTP/s) is the default method for Outlook clients connections – that is no more direct RPC connections to the servers for Outlook clients.
It was working for a long time and all of a sudden It stops working due to an IP-HTTPS issue.
Here is what I am getting when I go to the Operation Status: Error: The IP-HTTPS listener is inactive and cannot accept connections from Direct Access clients.
The installation is very easy even in windows 2012 you can find the option and install the feature Now that the installation is ready we can begin with the configuration, just right click on the server and choose the RA management.
The screen pops up with two choices : I use the getting started wizard and the deploy direct Access only, My VPN is already covered by my TMG server.
If the netsh interface httpstunnel show interfaces command displays More data is available, your IP-HTTPS URL is longer than 256 characters.
the GPO settings if you want different names or computer groups , you can change it .
again this is my test lab so I can use names that I want to use , in real pick a name that is right for this solution.
Exchange 2013 will essentially require you to utilize Autodiscover and Outlook Anywhere to actually get your Outlook client connected. This information will come useful if you are getting ready or already started to deploy Exchange 2013, I’ll try to keep it simple and write this down as a list of things to consider so this will be rather easy to all.
#Direct Access is a feature in the Windows 7 , Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012 operating systems that gives users the experience of being seamlessly connected to their corporate network any time they have Internet access.