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Exchange 2007 Client Access Server Deployment

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Hello,

We're introducing Exchange 2007 into our Exchange 2003 Org.  We've deployed two consolidated CAS/Hub Transport servers and would like to know the best practice for post configuration for things like:

Autodiscover (what DNS records need to be made internally/externally)
Load Balancing (we don't have any hardware based so is it NLB or DNS Round Robin)

Specifically I need help on the Autodiscover.  Does it work straight out of the box or are there post installation steps?

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