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Lookup CAS server via Active Directory

Posted on 2010-09-24
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I would like to know how to lookup which exchange server is acting as the master CAS server on our domain. How is this done in VB.Net?
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by:FDiskWizard
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Hmm, does it HAVE to be VB.NET?
I believe Powershell cmdlets will give you all of the roles with:
> get-ExchangeServer

From the net:
"If you are not sure about the server, you can run Get-ExchangeServer | select Name,ServerRole
...  and it will list all Exchange Servers of your organization and their respective roles. "
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endital1097 earned 500 total points
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there is no "master" cas server
you could use powershell as FDiskWizard provided plus the cmdlet

Get-ClientAccessServer
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by:rbichon
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The application I need it in is vb.net. Can powershell be run from vb.net?
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by:rbichon
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Is there a way to determine which internal IP address a certain port is forwarded to? (i.e. port 25)
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by:endital1097
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look at the virtual server settings
exchange 2007/2010 look at the receive connectors
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