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verify CAS array name in use by mailbox database

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Hi guys,

I just changed the CAS array name of my exchange organisation with the command

get-clientaccessarray | set-clientaccessarray -name mail -fqdn mail.xyz.com

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I then ran the command to set all databases to connect to the CAS array and not the CAS server. This is what I get;

set-mailboxdatabase mbx1_dbase -RpcClientAccessServer mail.xyz.com

WARNING: The command completed successfully but no settings of 'MBX1_DBase' have been modified.

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I went further to try and check if the databases are connecting to the new CAS array name and not the old one, but the command wont work

get-MailboxDatabase | fl -RpcClientAccessServer

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I have verified that the CAS array name has been changed and I have also update it in DNS. I jst need to confirm that the databases are connected to the new name and not still pointing to the old name.

Regards,

Richard
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Get-MailboxDatabase | fl Name, RpcClientAccessServer

try the above command

- Rancy
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I wish I could buy u a beer ..

Thanx mate!!! it worked just fine and my databases are connected to the new CAS array name

~Richard
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Good to see issue resolved and maybe will have one once i come to US :)

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