Outlook 2016 and SBS2011 SSL question

In Outlook 2016 it isnt possible to set proxy server, it must be a autodiscover.domainnname in DNS on the domain to get outlook to connect to the server, BUT with SBS2011 there is a SSL certificate for the remote.domainname and that is the same IP that autodiscover.domainname points to. What to do? How could i connect Outlook 2016 to a Exchange 2010 server that is part of the Small Business Server 2011 ??
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Outlook 2016 supports the same autodiscover methods that have been supported since 2007. That includes SCP in AD for clients on the LAN and joined to the domain. Which SBS sets up properly. And supports SRV records for autodiscover and RPC over HTTP, which has been the recommended way to set up exchange and outlook since SBS 2008. Really not much new here.

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