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Thanks WillyMatt Reply ilantz says: September 18, 2012 at 9:42 pm Hi Eric, As far as I know, the TTL will have no effect on the auto configuration, but please come I put in an A type address into the Root DNS controllers that points to the same address that I ping when trying to ping our email server from inside our So, it seems we need some way of forcing settings. At first I would think Outlook is somehow seeing the network as slow and connecting via HTTPS…however, we have a 100Mbps link. http://txtbl.com/microsoft-exchange/cannot-connect-to-the-microsoft-exchange-server.html

What I need is something that will not just uncheck that option, but will completely disable this option from being used, for internal clients. 0 Message Expert Comment by:saintsuave2012-10-11 We The following article describes the steps required to configure Local Continuous Replication. I had to go into my VMware cnsole and reboot the server manually. Reinstall CAS.

Connect To Microsoft Exchange Using Http Keeps Unchecking Itself

Reply ilantz says: April 8, 2011 at 4:50 pm Thanks for your comment Chip, IMHO, OAB sync issues is not directly related to this method. Reply Ilan Lanz (Ilantz) says: December 9, 2012 at 12:12 am Hi Eric, Following your explanation I would tend to think that you should make sure you eliminate any network conditions, Insert installation CD for Exchange. Luis Hi Luis, Due to our support policy, ifwe do not have response from peopel who start the threadfor a long time, alsowe have the possible solution, then we will try

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  • Regards, Xiu This is the answer?!?!?
  • cheers dave Reply Ilan Lanz (Ilantz) says: February 9, 2016 at 9:29 am Hi Dave, thanks 🙂 I've actually wrote about that in a newer post regarding 2013, http://ilantz.com/2013/06/29/exchange-2013-outlook-anywhere-considerations/ Definitely -
  • Set-OutlookProvider WEB -Server $null -CertPrincipalName msstd:extern.fqdn 6.
  • We needed to run New-OutlookProvider EXPR to recreate EXPR in order or the Autodiscover to return external URL in the EXPR section of the Autodiscover XML response.
  • my SSL will not allow me to have "msstd:server.domain.com" I have a multi name cert with domain.com, mail.domain.com, autodiscover.domain.com, server.domain.com but it will not let me use msstd:server.doman.com or anything with
  • Wednesday, September 14, 2011 12:46 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote BTW Outlook 2010 DOES NOT suffer this issue.
  • If so then yes, it would be Set-CASMailbox –Identity John –MAPIBlockOutlookRpcHttp $False.

Reply Binh N says: February 22, 2012 at 7:56 pm I have not touched MS Exchange since version 5.5. Reply RMT537 says: November 4, 2014 at 4:53 pm Here are the results; Name Server CertPrincipalName TTL --- ---- ----------- -- EXCH msstd:mail.domain.com 1 EXPR msstd:mail.domain.com 1 WEB 1 Ilan Lanz Anybody ? Outlook Exchange Proxy Settings Keep Changing Reply Michiel says: March 21, 2013 at 5:44 pm Hello, I have 4 clients thats have different mailboxes (3 Exchange accounts, rcp over http) they al pointing to the same url.

When I would remote into their pc , I noticed all settings associated with Outlook Anywhere was removed. Connect To Microsoft Exchange Using Http Keeps Turning On All rights reserved. Don't keep them very long....shut down Exchange and let the merges happen. ilantz Reply Ben says: June 29, 2012 at 5:39 pm Is there a way to simply uncheck the "connect to microsoft exchange using http" box and leave the settings intact?

Is there any way to disable that check mark from Exchange Proxy Settings on users desktops and leave it enabled for laptops?Luis Friday, December 16, 2011 2:57 PM Reply | Quote It becomes even more complicated, because kb2509470 will mask KB2412171. What a pain! If i remove the URL, autodiscover breaks and that resolves the issue of the authentication changes.

Connect To Microsoft Exchange Using Http Keeps Turning On

Reply Ilan Lanz (Ilantz) says: October 23, 2015 at 12:01 am Hi Cliff, That command was present also with Exchange 2007… if you do miss that command - make sure that Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity SBS 2011 (Exchange 2010) Mailbox Sizes 4 41 18d Script to change ad office attribute bulk 10 26 18d Exchange 2010: Proxy-activate Out-of-Office 4 Connect To Microsoft Exchange Using Http Keeps Unchecking Itself It seems to affect only the clients running Outlook 2007 and trying to connect to my Exchange 2010 server. Connect To Microsoft Exchange Using Http Greyed Out new-outlookprovider -Name EXPR c.

You should be able to trace this with a sniffer. On the problematic Exchange server: 1. Top of Page Share Was this information helpful? Name Server CertPrincipalName TTL --- ---- ----------- -- EXCH 1 EXPR 1 WEB 1 Reply ilantz says: May 27, 2012 at 3:18 pm The "blank" output is the default setting, the Kb2412171

what is exactly being changed ? ilantz Reply Kyle Coldren says: November 3, 2011 at 10:38 pm Dude, you are a life saver. If your Exchange administrator tells you to use a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connection, select the Connect using SSL only check box. 3. http://txtbl.com/microsoft-exchange/cannot-connect-to-microsoft-exchange-server-windows-7.html Saved me a lot of trouble!

Check if the outlook exists" When I tried to see on event viewer. Test, set a host file directly to a CAS server and see if you can repro. 0 Message Expert Comment by:pandersen2012-11-20 We do not have a load balancer. They were using UAG for their Outlook Anywhere endpoint, both internally & externally.

he did of course wanted to keep the ability to connect using "Outlook Anywhere"  if desired when configuring that manually.

Navigate to the Organization >> Ad… Exchange Email Servers Exchange 2013: Create a Transport Rule Video by: Gareth To show how to create a transport rule in Exchange 2013. Is there a method to block outlook 2007 by omiting the EXPR provider settings that exchange 2007 autodiscover is sending to them? I think Outlook 2007 is using autodiscover to get OAB url. I will update more as soon as I make sure "all" is working. 1.

Sounds like a load balancer issue.. I need a fix for this ASAP. Under Outlook Anywhere, select the Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP check box. However, access to Exchange when you are outside of your organization's firewall, such as when you are at home or traveling, usually requires a virtual private network (VPN) connection to the

The users we fixed have not have the setting automatically re-enabled yet. Did this start after a service pack. Then you should run the following cmdlet, it will prevent internal users from being auto configured. You will see the settings as shown in the screenshot in the KB article above.

I could set the tool to run every time users log on, but from my experience, the first time they actually open Outlook and connect to the CAS server, it's going I'm with you man. For more information about configuring this feature, see the Microsoft Office Resource Kit and the Microsoft Exchange documentation. Now Edit the policy.

Good luck ! run setup.com /prepareschema (should return success) e. I just dont find same as my problem of exchange 2007 sp3/Windows 2003SP2. I went ahead and ran the command New-Outlookprovider -Name:EXPR which solved that issue.

This has the FQDN of the configuration container for our exchange server listed in the server box such as 0u=domain, ou=configuration, etc. To speed this process up you can recycle the MSExchangeAutodiscoverAppPool in IIS as well as restart the Microsoft Exchange Service Host service on each CAS. www.saiconsult.co.uk. If you have users with different needs from Outlook, then create multiple GPOs with the required settings on each and have the policy apply only to certain users dependant on their

You can however work with ExcludeScpLookup and the others and create a static XML file with all your settings. Reply Ilan Lanz (Ilantz) says: December 18, 2015 at 6:42 pm You should work with a network sniffer to troubleshoot this. This is an unsupported method, use at your own risk! To specify a proxy server, click Exchange Proxy Settings. 1.

We have been battling the authentication pop-ups for months and this has been the best resource by far. XML FeedsRSS 2.0: Posts, CommentsAtom: Posts, CommentsWhat is RSS?SearchBlogRollSystem Center Central OpsMgr Support Team Scott Moss Anders Bengtsson Bjorn Axell Cameron Fuller Cleber Marques Cross Platform team Marnix Wolf SCE Team ilantz Reply Mcosy says: September 23, 2012 at 10:29 am Hi, Thanks, So i just run that PS and i'll check tomorrow and let u know.