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Exchange 2010 Autodiscover URLs

When testing exchange 2010 autodiscover there are two protocols; exchange rpc and exchange http.  The url's for http are correct; the rpc urls are set to the internal fqdn of the server which is causing ssl errors when user log in.  How do I change the rpc urls?  I realize re-keying my ssl cert with the internal fqdn would also resolve this but I do not have that option.
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8/22/2022 - Mon

Hi, if i remember correctly you can do this by going into the Exchange Management Shell and type

Set-MailboxDatabase <name of DB> -RpcClientAccessServer “outlook.domain.com”

Additionally, you'll need to make sure that "outlook.domain.com" in the above example resolves to the internal IP of your CAS or CAS array. If you don't already have split DNS for the "domain.com" zone, you'll need to configure that.

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Ignore last comment! Sorry!

Found a fix, ran it, and it resolved the solution.