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By rkeizers ·
Hello all,

After i installed Exchange server 5.5 om an SBS 4 server, i tried to make a dial up connection via MyComputer/dialup networking. But when i click the icon i get the following error. (roughly translated from Dutch) "Error 711 cannot initialise RasMan"
Furthermore when i click on the tab dial up connections in Exchange administrator i get
"the RAS phonebook cannot be opened. It must be accescible and in the system directory as /winnt/system32/ras/rasphone.pbk"
I have absolutely no idea where to look.
Can anyone give me some pointers on this.

Thanks,

Rob

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by um In reply to Exchange installation pro ...

Try to install the latest Service Pack for the NT OS.

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by gjw In reply to Exchange installation pro ...

Rob -
Do you have RAS services and RAS Manager installed on the Exchange Server?? This service needs to be installed and active before you can set up RAS to accept calls.

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by curlergirl In reply to Exchange installation pro ...

First, check if RAS is installed - check Network Properties/Services tab and you should see Remote Access Service on that list - if not, click Add and add it. This will walk you through configuring your modems as well for RAS - if you're just usingthe modem(s) for Exchange dial-out, configure them to Dial Out only. If it was previously installed, remove it, reboot and then re-add it. Then, whether RAS was previously installed or not, install the latest NT service pack - SP6a - and reboot again. Also it would be a good idea to install the latest Exchange service pack - SP3 for Exchange 5.5. If this still doesn't work - there may be an incompatibility between Exchange 5.5 and SBS 4.0. You should really be on SBS 4.5 in order to use Exchange 5.5. But I'm not an expert on SBS, so I'm not sure if this creates any problems. Hope this helps!

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