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We plan to upgrade our exchange 2007 to the 2010 version.
for autodiscover we use HTTP redirection, what is fine on the 2007 (using an own IP for it).
on the 2010 the EMC breaks, as soon as I define an IP address for the default web site (using it instead the "all unassigned addresses") what i need to do to seperate the autodiscover web site, as i do not want to use host headers for it.

is there any way to get around this?
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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Any reason you are using that method? It isn't used that heavily. Most sites use either host name on the SSL certificate or SRV records.

You can set a specific IP address on to another web site and then add the autodiscover virtual directory to it. Then have the autodiscover traffic go to that web site. Internal autodiscover traffic will go to whatever host you set in set-clientaccessserver.

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by:mwiesauer
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Hi Simon

thank you for your comment. a new site for autodiscover with 2nd ip is what we have now. on the 2010 i have the problem, that default web site is bound to all IP addresses, as when i set an ip for default the EMC no longer works.
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 900 total points
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EMC makes connections through PowerShell, which connects to Exchange through IIS.
You will need to set a specific IP address on the second site, not the primary site. Then ensure that Autodsicover resolves to that IP address. The default web site can then be left in the default configuration.

Simon.
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by:mwiesauer
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thank you! I will give this a try.
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