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We have a single server running all parts of Exchange 2010.  I need to enable Kerberos authentication so our Mac users can use it with Outlook 2011.  I keep finding articles about applying it to the CAS Array but I don't have an array.  If I run Get-ClientAccessArray it is blank.
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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You shouldn't need to change anything if the MAC users are connecting to the server on its actual name. The only time you have to use something with a CAS Array is because that creates a name that is different to the server's actual name.

Mac clients connect via EWS, so it should work out of the box if you have a trusted SSL certificate and a fully up to date server. Are you on Exchange 2010 SP3?

Simon.
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Just tried it and it worked.  I love when stuff is easier than I thought.  Thanks.
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