N/APosted on - 02/21/2012
At my house, I have a Windows Server 2008 running with Microsoft Exchange Server. I would like to set DYNDNS so that I could obtain external mails without charges from my Internet Service Provider for a static IP address.
I have a domain name with a local communication network and an account with DYNDNS. I don’t have any problems with the servers, but I would like to connect my domain name from DYNDNS on my exchange server.
How can I do that?
Connecting my domain name from DYNDNS on exchange server
Connecting domain name from DYNDNS on exchange server and installing Windows Server 2008.
First install Windows Server 2008.
Then Go to control panel and click add or remove program.Select Networking Services on the list in the Windows Components Wizard dialog box and click the Details button.
Put a check mark in the RPC Over HTTP Proxy check box and click ok. Click Next. Click Finish. Exit the Add Or Remove Programs dialog box.
Your next job is to configure basic authentication on the RPC virtual directory: Go to Administrative Tools menu from start menu or control panel and access the Internet Information Services Manager.Find out the default Web site and then click the plus sign (+).Find out RPC go to it's property by right clicking. Click directory security. Click edit. Place a tick mark in the Basic Authentication check box. Click ok twice to save and exit. Now port setting:Access the registry by typing in regedit.exe from the Run command or command prompt. Select HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareMicrosoftRPCRpcProxy .
Please right click on ValidPortssubkey in the Registry Editor’s details pane, and then click Modify. The Edit String dialog box appears.
Supply required information and click ok.