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Tag: Exchange 2010

If your Exchange Organization has multiple Exchange Servers with the Client Access Role (CAS) with different Exchange versions, then after an upgrade on any of the CAS servers to Exchange 2010 SP2 with RU1 or RU2 or RU3 you may have a problems with CAS to CAS proxying. The 2 events that might be logged […]

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If you have multiple CAS servers you can simply export the certificate from the first CAS server and import it to the rest of the CAS servers and assign services to the certificate. Importing a certificate in exchange 2010: Step 1 -> Open up the Exchange Management Console (EMC) and click on Server Configuration. On […]

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Understanding RPC Client Access: In Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, the Client Access server role was introduced to handle incoming client connections to Exchange mailboxes. Although the majority of types of client connections were made to the Client Access server, Microsoft Office Outlook still connected directly to the Mailbox server when it was running internally with the MAPI […]

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This guide shows you how to change the authentication method on OWA and ECP. Terminology used from Exchangeserverpro.com   EXCHANGE SERVER 2010 OUTLOOK WEB APP AUTHENTICATION TYPES: There are four authentication methods available for Exchange Server 2010 OWA:   Integrated Authentication – This allows domain users who are logged on to domain computers to automatically […]

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This guide shows how to publish OWA and Autodiscover from WAP (Web Application Proxy) as well as importing the Certificate to use for the rule. On the Web Application Proxy (WAP) Server, open up Server Manager and then click on Tools and then Select Remote Access Management. Once you Remote Access Management has opened you […]

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MS Exchange Server, an email server developed by Microsoft, is a contact manager-cum-calendaring software, which being a part of the Microsoft server line of products, runs on Windows server operating systems. Among the various versions of the Exchange Sever available today, Exchange Server 2010 is the most popular one. Nevertheless, it takes immense care to […]

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