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Getting autodiscover to work on Exchange 2010 with UCC Cert

Posted on 2011-09-27
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OWA and internal works, but how do i get autodiscover to work with the new cert?
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Create an Autodiscover A record in External DNS and point the A Record to your Exchange Servers IP Address.
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Once that has been done - you can use https://testexchangeconnectivity.com to test it works happily.
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Ok, let me try that and I'll let you know. Thanks for the prompt reply!
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You are welcome - just fired up for the evening shift!  TV on - laptop ready - server in Kansas being kicked into submission and dinner eaten - look out World - here I come!!
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It worked perfectly!! We just had to wait 24 to 36hours for DNS to update.
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