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When you attempt to install Outlook Web Access (OWA) with a firewall between the Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS)/OWA server and the Exchange Server computer, you receive the following error message:
There are no more endpoints available from the endpoint mapper.
During the installation of OWA, the Exchange Server installation program needs to bind to the system attendant on the Exchange Server computer. If the port for the system attendant is being blocked by the firewall, the installation does not work.
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To resolve this problem, statically map the system attendant port on the Exchange Server computer, and then open that port on the firewall. This allows the installation program to bind to the system attendant during installation. To do so requires you to restart the Exchange Server services. To statically map the system attendant port on the Exchange Server computer:
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(https://support.microsoft.com/kb/176466/ )XGEN: TCP Ports and Microsoft Exchange: In-depth Discussion
Article ID: 245273 - Last Review: October 28, 2006 - Revision: 3.6
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