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How to activate Outlook Anywhere in Exchange 2010.  I also need to find if the vendor that installed our server possibly left it active.  Is there a cmdlet to find this out?
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Please refer:
http://www.learnmsexchange.com/exchang/exchange-server-2010/configuration-a-administration/387-how-to-configure-outlook-anywhere-in-exchange-server-2010

How to Determine if Outlook Anywhere is Enabled or not

We can use Exchange Management Console or Cmedlets to know if outlook Anywhere feature is enabled or not.

From Exchange Management Console:

1. Open the Exchange Management Console.
2. Expand the Server Configuration node and select the Client Access.
3. In the upper portion of the details pane, CAS server will be listed by default with its name, role, Exchange version and Outlook Anywhere status.

From Cmdlets:-

Syntax
Get-OutlookAnywhere [-Server ServerName] [-DomainController DCName]
Get-OutlookAnywhere [-Identity VirtualDirId] [-DomainController DCName]
 Usage
Get-OutlookAnywhere
Get-OutlookAnywhere -Server "Exch01"
Get-OutlookAnywhere -Identity "Exch01\Rpc (Default Web Site)"


This should answer how you can configure OutlookAnywhere
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123741.aspx

- SKS
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