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SBS 2011 out of office on a non-domain based PC

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Hi,
We have recently upgrade a domain to SBS 2011, and now when people use outlook over https they can no longer set out of office. If they use OWA they can, and if they use a domain laptop remotely it works too.
Is it the case now that if you log onto a pc\laptop that isn't part of the domain then you can't do things like set OOF via outlook on https?

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by:TheGeezer2010
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This is probably due to the client being unable to locate Autodiscover and EWS from outside the network. Please run this from the client and post the edited results :-

https://testexchangeconnectivity.com

use the test for Web Services.
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You also need to ensure that Autodiscover is on your client certificate and matches the external URL for Autodiscover on your CAS server(s)
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by:SWCG
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Hi,
I attached the error that appears when testing, I can see it's a mismatch but don't know how to rectify this.
Also, how do i ensure Auto Discover is on my client certificate. failed-autodiscover.txt failed-autodiscover.txt
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Two options. If you have a SAN cert, you can get the autodiscover added as a SAN on the current cert, then reimport it. If you do not want to do that, follow this link for changing the AutodiscoverinternalURI

http://mshiyas.wordpress.com/2010/07/06/how-to-configure-and-verify-autodiscover-for-exchange-2007-and-2010/

HTH
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