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Active sync virtual directory error

Posted on 2010-11-13
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Any ideas why Im getting the following error when running the powershell command to create the virtual directory for active sync on my 2010 cas?
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Question by:KratosDefense
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a virtual directory is created by default with the install
run the following to view the vdir and its settings

Get-ActiveSyncVirtualDirectory | fl

The easiest way to modify a setting for this vdir is by running

Set-ActiveSyncVirtualDirectory sd-cas01\Micro* -ExternalUrl https://webmail.kratosdefense.com/
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by:SatyaPathak
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I would suggest you go ahead and try to ran this command.

Set-ActiveSyncVirtualDirectory <CAS2010>\Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync* -ExternalURL https://mail.abc.com/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync
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thxs
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