MSExchange auto discover URL issue

Posted on 2012-09-20
Last Modified: 2013-03-15
MS Exchange 2010

We have an issue with Autoconfigure with exchange 2010

When running the Cmdlet Test-OutlookWebServices  the test return a valid autodiscover on <servername> but then fails on the SSL check.. I would expect this as the mail server should be returning .

How do I change the exchange configuration server name to instead of <servername>
Question by:robc00
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    Expert Comment

    Can you run the test from below link and post the output
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    Accepted Solution

    Sigh... ignore the post above, as that is completely useless.

    To change the URL you need to run this command:

    Get-ClientAccessServer | Set-ClientAccessServer -AutodiscoverServiceInternalUri

    Although if you are using a single name SSL certificate you should probably adjust everything else as per my guide here:


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