18th June 17:01
Windows/Outlook XP Requesting data
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| Subject: Windows/Outlook XP Requesting data
| Date: Fri, 5 Sep 2003 17:34:27 -0700
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| I just got some new computers with Windows XP and Office
| XP On them. I have many other computers with win2k and
| Office XP that connect fine to my Exchange 5.5 computers;
| but the XP boxes request data every couple of minutes.
| Each time they request data it takes a couple of minutes
| to actually connect.They are all patched and updated.
| The only thing I can think of that is different between
| them is that the Win2k boxes have netbeui installed and
| the XP can't.
| Any help would be appreciated
Try to uninstall and reinstall TCP/IP on the new workstations. Also, you
can disable Planner Options in Outlook (Tools > Options > Preferences tab >
Calendar Options > Planner options. The cancelable RPC dialog box that you
describe issue that you describe below is typically due to either Exchange
performance issues or to networking issues. Since you have other machines
working just fine, I suspect that the problem lies with the new machines
network config just as you do. Finally, always remember to check for the
lates NIC drivers.
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