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I’ve been working with the Microsoft support teams to diagnose non-connection and very slow syncing for someone who uses SBS.  The team came up with a fix and while there is no KB article on this yet, below is a link to a workaround that made logging on go to a few seconds from what was about 5 hours :-)

Slow Connectivity for Outlook Anywhere and Sites that use the SBS Web Applications App Pool

[Today's post comes to us courtesy of Wayne McIntyre, Justin Crosby, and Damian Leibaschoff]

We are currently investigating an issue where connections to Outlook Anywhere are extremely slow or fail completely. This issue also affects other sites that use the SBS Web Applications app pool. If you notice these symptoms and wish to verify you are experiencing this problem, open IIS management console and check the worker process queue for the SBS Web Applications app pool as shown below.

The Official SBS Blog : Slow Connectivity for Outlook Anywhere and Sites that use the SBS Web Applications App Pool

 

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Posted Thu, Jan 29 2009 9:08 AM by David Overton

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Paul Dadge wrote re: Outlook Anywhere (RPC over HTTP) not working or slow with SBS 2008
on Thu, Mar 5 2009 8:08 AM

Just to say I had this issue, with only 3 users using RPC.  Applied the registry fix and problem resolved.  I had put it down to a low specced server however all sorted now!

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