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We have 6 Exchange Server in DAG environment. Service desk Engineer connected Exchnage console thorugh one of the terminal Server where Exchange Management tool is installed. When then connected by default it is conncted with one Exchnage Server where only database passive copies are there & during Mailbox user creation, they are error on auto load balacing , if not selected any specific Server ( Databases are splitted accross the mailbox Server). But when Exchange console connected with Active node by changing Seleted Server, its working fine. Everytime when SD Engineer connected with console , by defalt connect worng Server. How can I made it default Server where Mailbox cretaion is done properly.
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By default Exchange console will connect to an Exchange server in the same AD site, if this Exchange server then becomes a copy server then this situation occurs because the information for the default server is stored in your user profile and is not dynamically updated.

The following blog should assist you.

http://lyncdup.com/2011/11/exchange-management-console-pointing-to-wrong-server-the-attempt-to-connect-to-httpserver-domain-compowershell-using-kerberos-authentication-failed/
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Link is useful.
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