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RPC encryption performance implications? - 18.Oct.2010 4:29:42 AM   


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We are due to install Exchange 2010 in the next couple of weeks, and gradually move 1500 users from our current Exchange 2003 server onto the new Exchange 2010 environment.

To enable our Outlook 2003 clients to access their mailbox once it has been moved onto Exchange 2010, we need to enable RPC encryption on the clients. We need to do this through group policy as the majority of our users are using Outlook 2003 in online mode on Citrix.

My question is this - if we suddenly turn on RPC encryption for all these clients in the current Exchange 2003 environment, are there any performance implications on the server? We are running off a single server, which is already pretty much creaking performance-wise. If this is going to be an issue, I may have to turn off the RPC encrpytion requirement in Exchange 2010 until all the users have been migrated from Exchange 2003.

Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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RE: RPC encryption performance implications? - 20.Oct.2010 8:33:30 AM   


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Great question. I want to know this too.

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