About configuring OWA and RPC Extensions in clustered configurations

Article:HOWTO56430  |  Created: 2011-08-01  |  Updated: 2013-07-12  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO56430
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About configuring OWA and RPC Extensions in clustered configurations

Enterprise Vault OWA Extensions for OWA 2000, and OWA and RPC Extensions for OWA 2003, are supported in configurations where the back-end Exchange Servers are configured in clusters that are managed by Windows Server Failover Clustering or Veritas Cluster Server (VCS). Front-end Exchange Servers typically use load balancing, not clustering.

This section provides additional information on installing the Enterprise Vault OWA and RPC 2000 and 2003 Extensions on clustered back-end Exchange Servers. We recommend that you read the information given here before installing and configuring the extensions on the individual Exchange Servers.

As the Enterprise Vault OWA 2007 and 2010 Extensions are installed on Exchange CAS servers, which typically use load balancing, not clustering, the information in this section does not apply to Enterprise Vault OWA 2007 or 2010 Extensions.

See Supported cluster configurations for OWA and RPC Extensions

See OWA: Configuring Enterprise Vault Extensions in active/passive Windows Server failover clusters

See OWA: Enterprise Vault Extensions in an active/active Windows Server failover cluster

See RPC over HTTP: Configuring Enterprise Vault Extensions in active/passive Windows Server failover clusters

See RPC over HTTP: Configuring Enterprise Vault Extensions in an active/active Windows Server failover cluster

See Configuring Enterprise Vault OWA and RPC Extensions on VCS


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