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I have 2 CAS servers and I want to remove one of them.  What command I need to run to check that users are not authenticate to the server?
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You can run this command:

Get-LogonStatistics -Server "mailbox Server" | where {$_.clientname -eq "CAS Server"} | ft
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Or just:

Get-LogonStatistics -Server "CAS Server"
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It has to be mailbox server.

Get-LogonStatistics -Server "Mailbox Server"
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